Bishusal Studio took my vision for my logo and brought it to life. The logo represents my business in such a creative way! Really great to work with this designer!
Perfect Job and I love my new Logo! Thank you so much
KazumaArt created the unique logo design we needed in order to standout in the landscape industry. Any requested changes were provided quickly. Thank you for the bold, masculine design we wanted.
- Ardz Gallery
Loved the final design - quite classic but with great detail as well. The designer understood the brief best. Ardz Gallery was great to work with quite a few changes made during the process and good range of artwork provided on completion.
How dmeissner26 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Your ALS Guide
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This website is for people who have ALS (also known as MND or Lou Gehrig's disease) and their caregivers. ALS is a terminal illness without a cure. The purpose of the site is to improve their quality of life by providing tips, information, and resources. The average age of people on our site will be 40-60. While there is not much hope in the disease itself, we want to convey comfort, community, trust, togetherness, and a path forward. Positive but not overly sunny. We also want it to feel personal, yet professional.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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
1. NAME: The three words need to be bold and very easy to read at a quick glance.
2. IMAGE: If there is a visual image along with the words, we are looking for something very simple (not busy) and integrated. If the words are stylized in a memorable way, we do not necessarily need an image.
3. Things to convey through the logo: Warm. Welcoming. Embracing. Supportive. Personal yet professional.
4. A few ideas we've liked (but please do not feel limited by them):
- For the word "Your" to look more handwritten to convey a personal touch
- A circle, line, or loop from a letter that embraces the word "ALS"
- A simple image somehow of a journey or path and we are the guide. Maybe even a trailhead sign with an arrow. (Keep in mind that people with ALS won't be able to walk, so no hiking/walking imagery).