Walltrict gave us a great design and was a pleasure to work with in the process. Meticulous edits, incredibly quick responses, and comprehensive file provision. Thank you!
- Jourjious Designs
Worked really hard with me to get this right - massively appreciated the effort you've put in.
Very professional, paid great attention to the brief and offered multiple options, all of which looked good. Responded quickly to requests and was a pleasure to work with.
Fantastic logo - thank you for the rapid turnaround and great work!
master_piece did an excellent job working with us to design the perfect logo. They had an enormous amount of patience to iterate on our design to perfect every last detail so that we walked away with something we were really happy about.
How ysalz started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
BayCAN; also we need the full name of org: Bay Area Climate Adaptation Network
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
BayCAN is a collaborative (a network, sort of like a coalition) developed by and for local government entities in the San Francisco Bay Area (cities, counties, water districts, etc) that are preparing to adapt to the effects of climate change/global warming. So the world is getting warmer and this will have an effect on coastlines, water supply, public health, ecosystems, and communities -- our members are bringing these challenges to this collaboration to share information with one another and invent (since this is a new thing) best practices for addressing these challenges.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This is a regional network/collaborative, with San Francisco Bay at it's center. We are just working on climate change adaptation. We are deeply connected to our communities, as local government entites. We're in a very young industry, but all our members are highly professional actors (engineers, planners, elected officials). One challenge: how do you say "climate" in a logo? This isn't required, but it would be nice.