Ability to use logo by itself or with tag line. Responsive to requests for tweaks with good changes and with quick turnaround times.
This designer understood exactly what I wanted from the start. The refinements made were quick, exactly what I wanted. This was a great process overall - from start to finish. I am very pleased.
Elrich has a great eye and was able to action all my feedback swiftly and accurately. He interpreted the brief perfectly and delivered many different versions. He was a pleasure to work with. Highly recommended.
- Still Stoked
How austinq7 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Prodigal Project
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The name of the organization is The Prodigal Project. We serve high-quality food, cultivate community, and promote dignity to our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness. We are different from a soup kitchen in that we want our patrons (the chronically homeless) to feel as if they are dining at a high-end restaurant. We are bringing dignity to the forefront of what we do. We serve a God who only operates out of abundance and we want this idea to be ingrained deeply into how we serve those less fortunate. The story of the prodigal son returning home paints a beautiful image of the forgiveness, love, compassion, relief, rejoice, humility, and celebration we can all feel. The party the father throws shows the extravagance of His love and we aim to accomplish that same level of abundance and love.
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
Attached is the image of the prodigal son returning home. We need a logo that conveys the emotions felt and familiarity one might have with this image, but we know the detail is far too overwhelming. Simplicity is important but recognition is huge. We do not want a recreation of the attached so much as we need a new, more simplistic, depiction that conveys the same emotions.