Great work - we are now well on our way to developing the kind of brand identity we were seeking when we reach out to 99designs. Ellafitz was the consummate pro - creative, easy to work with throughout the process, and responsive to comments and requests.
I am very happy with the designs by Unelogo who it feels like has almost become one of our team. There were numerous tweaks to the designs we wanted and Unelogo was always happy to make them and did so in a speedy and efficient way.
A pleasure to work with!
I would highly recommend Changra as a logo designer!! He provided me with a clean and elegant design and he was incredibly thorough and diligent in sending me many many variations and tweaks to get me to my final outcome. I have a very detailed eye and he persevered to win my contest. He was pleasant, patient and professional. I would use him again in the future for other design work.
How Pastoragee started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Church of Our Saviour
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are nearly 90 year old Lutheran Christian Church in Wisconsin.Our target audience is for people of literally all ages and anyone who has never been to our church. This logo should represent our Christian Church, and attract people's attention to our "brand" and our excitement about growing.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
As a church, we are very open to a new design. We've never had a logo and we don't any definitive ideas about what it should look like. We are looking for something that we can use to really showcase our brand of church. We would encourage Christian symbols, esp. a Cross. We're pretty much open to seeing what designers have in their minds. Included are some current photos of the church, altar area, and our organ to give you a feel of the church. We want to make sure our logo appeals to our current members and broadly to new members and visitors. The acronym "COOS" should be avoided.