Nailed the design, spot on with clever details incorporated into the design I would not have thought of but loved. Only advice would be to send the color variations initially.
Wind@rt was a pleasure to work with. They were quick to make the requested changes, and went over and above expectations.
- Arini 18 :)
great job! - great service :-)
- robert xb
Great work! Thanks!
Extremely talented designer! Great communication!
- vidiveni ✅
Love the Design!
How treasurer8 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Colorado Emergency Management Association, and/or CEMA. If using CEMA only, need a second version with the words spelled out. Or, if using CEMA in the logo, we need the words spelled out next to (or below) the logo
What’s your company slogan?
No written slogan, but a desire to incorporate the Civil Defense triangle (or circle with triangle). Not a hard requirement, a strong and creative logo can succeed without.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
CEMA (Colo. Emergency Mgmt Assoc) represents government and private sector Emergency Management personnel. Our folks respond to and manage all types of natural and man-made disasters (floods, fires, blizzards, hazardous materials, tornadoes, etc).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
We are pretty open to colors. Blue and Red have traditional links to emergency services, but the right logo can have any colors (especially if using colors to evoke the mountains). Remember, the logo must translate to embroidery.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A but "stock logo"-ish, but I had few choices in the stock logos to look at.
Simple, clean. The color variations in the leaf are great for inline, not sure how they'd work for embroidery.
Simple and classic. The sun logo may not transfer well to embroidery. A bit "stock logo"-ish.
Striking, attention getting, clean. Again, the triangle harkening back to CD.
Another draft State logo. (Not approved, is property of creator). Clean, strong, simple.
Official State of Colorado logo sheet. Too simple, but evokes the mountains and is clean.
Clean, not literal, simple.
Attention getting, striking. Again, CD triangle incorporated, but modernized.
We DO NOT want something like this. Just a shape with pictures of hazards.
Submitted design from a member. Triangle for CD, tries to reference mountains. It was the best of the submissions, but too literal and amateurish.
Dynamic logo, professional
Simple and clean.
Dynamic logo with acronym. The logo has energy and is eyecatching.
THIS IS COPYRIGHTED, but an example of a shaded mountain in triangle form.
We would like something that evokes Colorado (Rocky Mountains). Conservative and evokes trust and solidity. Logo needs to easily transfer to embroidery.
Our primary hazards are flood, wildfire, and blizzards. Those are not expected to be incorporated in the logo, but may drive some ideas.
Our website is http://www.cemacolorado.com Take a look. We will update the website color swatch to match the new logo, if needed. DO NOT let the Website color scheme limit your creativity.