Oranggo was, as usual, flexible and accommodating and worked quickly to incorporate our ideas and comments into the project.
Quick and providing good quality.
Derly followed all guidelines and went above and beyond to make our logo amazing! Very easy to work with and quickly responds to messages, thank you Derly!!!
How westsideneighborsnet started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Westside Neighbors Network
What’s your company slogan?
No slogan, but our initials should also be included: WNN
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
. Westside Neighbors Network is a membership-driven nonprofit organization based in West Seattle -- a Seattle neighborhood reached from downtown by a bridge.
WNN’s mission is to create community, enabling members to live full lives as they age. Our vision is to connect people across generations and support aging well in our westside neighborhood.
An important aspect of the organization that we'd like to visually communicate a sense of a neighborhood -- in this case West Seattle -- that is coming together to form community. It is neighbors helping each other to live fuller and better lives.
We want our logo to communicate accessibility, community and inclusion.
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 happy to let designers make suggestions, but we want the simplicity of one or at most 2 contrasting two colors.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the treatment of the bird image and the simplicity of the design
I love the way the paint droplets form a crown -- simple yet memorable
The font is too busy, but the swoop of the 'S' connects everything and I like the simple use of color
I like the graphic treatment of the stag
The red leaf that looks like a package is clever
The illustration is eye-catching
I like the simplicity of this design -- the use of color, the inviting typeface
Once again, the illustration is eye-catching and clever.
We would like this design to transfer well to all media -- online/stationery/t-shirts/business cards. We would like something that is visually uncluttered but still communicates a sense of community. There are some images that are unique to West Seattle. These include: the West Seattle bridge, the Alki Lighthouse, the outline of the Olympic Mountains, the shape of our peninsula. None of this imagery is necessary, but we include them in case you might want to use them as part of your design.
Once again, we are interested in a simple design so the inclusion of these images would be an abstract graphic representation.
Also, most of the submitted designs don't quite communicate a sense of people/neighbors/community. Perhaps ... and this is just a suggestion ... using more a more fluid typeface might be more inviting, more community as opposed to corporate. Here's an example: http://womenofgraphicdesign.org/pos…ntine-2017