I enjoyed working with Mardyus and 99 designs. I found Mardyus to be extremely responsive to my needs and guidance and am happy with the final result.
Wow... I was overwhelmed by the response to my request for a logo design. More than 250 entries were received, and many were exceptional. I could have chosen 25 of them easily. Having said that, ceda68 was the standout. Ceda68 connected with the project remarkably well, offered forward more than 10 different logo concepts, and it became clear that ceda68 was going to win. A deft hand, immediately responsive and considerate to my requests for modifications, far and beyond the favorite in a poll I took - I find myself fortunate to have had ceda68 take on my project. Thank you! I'll be looking to work with ceda68 more in the future.
- russell 7
Maivi is very talented and I am so happy with my new logo! She is very professional, always responded to my requests, and made any little adjustments I asked for. Maivi understood exactly what I was looking for.
How AnetteO started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kids Braincancer Foundation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The aim of our newly founded Foundation is to improve the prognosis and eventually find a cure for kids facing brain cancer - with emphasis on DIPG, a rare, inoperable brain tumour with no cure. The Foundation offers brain cancer research grants to promising brain cancer projects all over the world. Fundraising through a number of activities. A website is under construction. On the website there will be information about childhood braincancer (statistics, symptoms, treatments, etc.), parenting network, background story, donations, news about upcoming events, news on research as well as a list of grants issued etc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Often childhood brain tumour occur at the age 3-9, but older and younger children are also affected by this dreaded decease. Something that reflects this age group would be appropriate. The topic is serious, but we wish for the logo to reflect hope (the aim is to find a cure) and the joy of children. The foundation is newly founded, so it's important with an original, professional looking design in order to reflect the ambitious goal, and to gain public sympathy and support. We have considered the colors purple, pink, orange, green and yellow. But they are by no means "a must". Target groups: Sponsors (businesses as well as private), parents looking for network and information, as well as possible collaborative partners that we wish to include in fundraising events. If possible (if it works) I would like the font in "Braincancer" to have two colors (with Brain one color and cancer another color) - as illustrated in the attached Word doc.