I enjoyed working with Him.wibisono a lot. He designed a great logo according to my briefing and implemented my feedback quick and on point. I can definitely recommend him.
Liked design and would like to work further with designer.
great designer. I would like to use radioand5 in private projects.
Akihiro was spot on! He understood my brand straight away. It was a pleasure to work with him and definitely recommend him.
How brentjp started their logo design journey
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This logo is for an organization that does humanitarian charity work overseas.
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Community & Non-Profit
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Conceptually, what I'm looking for is a logo that is bold and serious, but not depressing. Technically, it should contain two elements that can be used together or separately in different configurations: 1) the word "Missioned" and 2) a squarish graphic element. The graphic element should be reflective of humanitarian travel. The best thing I can come up with is some simple but clever backpack design, because a backpack is one thing that humanitarian travelers all have in common. I attempted to do this myself several years ago but I have no eye for design. Nobody could tell it was a backpack. It does not have to be a single color, but if multi-colored, it should be colored simply enough to change and use in different contexts. Attached is the element I originally created and some other logos I like. The charity: water logo is one I would like to highlight in particular. I don't like the type, but the jerry can element has become iconic, and that's what I want. It is simple, clever, recognizable, and easy to color and use independently. I love negative space.
Update: The backpack graphic does not need to have an "M" in it.
Update: I am preferring the a direct rear view of the backpack graphics instead of an angle.