Deny was a real pleasure to work with. He worked extremely hard to incorporate any suggestions I had and sent numerous versions of designs for me to choose from. The final result was fantastic. I would highly recommend Deny.
- Vani Dafa
Vani was great to work with throughout the entirety of the logo process. Thank you for all of your help!
Great job!!! Exactly what I was looking for!
Leon_99 was outstanding. His designs were original, plentiful & he responded quickly & positively to feedback. Hats off to Leon_99!
Laatansa Art was absolutely fantastic! I provided him feedback and he was able to execute on every request. Highly recommend using him. Thank you for all your efforts.
How angelicat77 started their logo design journey
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Because a mismatch exists between education and life after school, we need to develop the future of African education: an education based on giving youth the experience of being leaders and entrepreneurs who confidently participate and take leadership in their communities, create small businesses and improve their livelihoods.
Educate! works in Uganda, an East African country with the highest youth unemployment rate in the world, to develop young leaders and entrepreneurs. Our target audience includes: high school juniors and seniors, school headmasters, high school teachers, recent college graduates, and government officials. We provide a world-class, 2-year long leadership and entrepreneurship program for teachers and 4,000 students. Our program includes mentorship, leadership and business course, and a practical experience starting a group-run small business or social enterprise.
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We used to be a scholarship program and therefore our name and image was very strongly education-related (i.e. the graduation cap). We are reinventing ourselves as a program for practical skills in leadership and entrepreneurship specifically. We want to identify with both students and teachers and have an image that is more about empowerment and action (no graduation cap). Although we want a new look, we want the new logo to share at least some aspects of the old logo--perhaps incorporating the image of Africa or keeping the same red tone, etc. Perhaps a little youth figure? Our main concern is that the new logo is a truly original image and does not look like other NGOs or youth program logos.