Very responsive in answering our questions and following up on requests. We're very happy with the design and the end result!
Extremely responsive and professional designer. Will definitely return to work with her again.
How Dfutrell started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Marc Lerner Foundation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Non profit foundation to combat military suicide, created in honor of Marc Lerner. Foundation will pair Iraq/Afghanistan veterans who are no longer in the military with currently serving troops returning home from deployment in a mentor/mentee relationship. Pairs will meet in person, talk over video chat, phone, and email on a weekly basis to assist in the soldier's transition home. We will be working to get recent veterans to join up as mentors, and will work with military units to get mentees. (we will not likely use the words mentor/mentee in the final iteration). We want this to have a very professional image, and though the logo can subtly allude to the military, we don't want it to look super-military.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Marc was a special forces soldier who committed suicide. Ok, but not necessary, to incorporate subtle imagery from these in the logo. I also don't want this to look too military-like. I don't want the logo to be in the shape of a "tab".
Ok, but not necessary, to include lighting bolt(s) or arrow(s) in the logo. If arrows, don't cross them like in the special forces image. No knives.
The blue color that you should try to match is the blue in image 3 above, if you use blue at all. If you use yellow, it should also match the same image. I'm leaning towards no yellow though, but I'll leave it open as an option for now.