Terrific design and very receptive to our feedback.
Great job! Very cooperative
Lazars is such a talented designer. I am really delighted with my new logo. His work was very different from the other designs I received which demonstrated that he really studied the brief and applied his creativity to capture the vision for the brand. In addition, I have been so happy with his communication and responsiveness. This was a great experience - thank you!
Great Logo Design for our café. Thanks.
- Heart Favorite Designs
Great Designer! Exceeds my expectations.
- Atchuthan GJ
Thanks for all of your work on this project!
How janevir started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
hope wrapped for Christmas (or maybe something else...giving it some thought)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We fundraise for a children's home in Nepal for their Christmas gifts (useful clothing and shoes - made by a tailor, school supplies, blankets, a Christmas meal, candy).
The target audience are people of all ages, usually Christians but not just Christians, in the USA who have a heart for children at Christmas.
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
While it does not HAVE to include these colors, it is a Christmas project. so (to some degree) greens and a little red would be nice touches to include, although I don't want it to look overly "Christmassy."
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I would like a clean, simple design that gives potential donors the idea that this is a Christmas project for a children's home in Nepal. I would like to complement (but does not have to be LIKE it) the feel of the website at http://www.touchnepal.org and their logo (perhaps). It can have a slight nod to Nepal with its look and feel. It should give the feeling of joy and peace when looking at it. I would like a fresh, modern look but elegant and somewhat child-like. I don't want it to look overly religious but a cross could be incorporated in an elegant way (not overt). Since the word "tree" is in our name, it should be suggested or incorporated. And since "aasha" is "hope" in Nepali, you can suggest hope in some way, if it works. Thank you!