KajiRyant was very accommodating. My feedback was incorporated into new designs and I had a wide variety to chose from.
She was very proactive providing multiple versions of a liked design, allowing the decision to be taken more easily. Her clean and professional looking design style was very well appreciated.
Great job, couple of great ideas. It was actually difficult to pick concept, but it was super easy to pick designer ;)
- apin jetisharjo
Fantastic work, very creative, lots of project specific thought put into the design! This designer is also very accommodating and prompt when we requested design changes. We were very happy!
- jodi C
Evilive converts all demands with a lot of creativity. Evilive works cleanly, responds to every message quickly. No so small change is Evilive too much. Thank you for the excellent cooperation! We would at any time again with Evilive new projects implement! We wish Evilive all the best!
Great logo design!
How joininvolvemint started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
involveMINT is about giving your time and being rewarded for doing so. Give an hour of time, get an hour of reward. The following are themes you should be exploring:
1) "Pay it forward" Use motion to indicate the exchange of credits (not necessarily literal), or just the general concept of passing good deeds "down the line" , passing good deeds on, doing good for each other
2) We want to show some way of people collaborating, working together. In particular, There are 3 sectors we are trying to appeal to. These sectors "paying it forward" or benefitting each other is key!
3) If you can cleverly integrate the "i" and "M" in the logo that would be great!
4) A mint leaf - representing a FRESH and exciting new way of volunteering
We are a tech company operating as a non profit organization. We are building a mobile application that uses digital currency to reward volunteers. We want to express the themes of currency creating value across sectors (nonprofit, business and community), altruism, and volunteering. Our app allows volunteers to earn "TimeCredits" for their time contributed to a nonprofit organization. These "TimeCredits" can then be spent at local businesses and institutions. Our app makes volunteering mobile, convenient and more accessible both to organizations and individuals through these incentives. Our target audience are millennials with varying schedules and therefore, random spare time, & unsteady and/or stagnant income.
Our app is to draw educated young people (18-35) with spare time and outside 9-5 hours to use our app. These people are civically minded and focused on community building and social justice.
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
Using the letter "m" to form geometry of worm
Using pigeons and pixels to represent filmography
Clever use of combining a record with a citrus fruit
Clever use of combining a paint splatter with a crow.
Simplicity in design
Use of negative space
Clever double entendre. Paint spool also doubles as a camera. Two objects communicated in one image
Clever use of symbolism Orbital of atoms react
Clever use of negative space.
WE NEED A LOGO AND OUR NAME AND TAGLINE! involveMINT is a play on words in that we are getting people to be involved through volunteerism and we're "minting" currency (Just like the US mint creates dollars, coins) as incentive to volunteer. The slogan "Volunteering Refreshed" is a play on the dual meaning of "MINT" (Mint as in create money, and Mint as in mint leaves). The logo should reflect this play on words or pun. **It's important that we have both a logo that can operate independently and wording. There should be an icon that can stand alone as well as our name and tagline. We are not interested in looking like traditional non-profits as far as logos are concerned. We want it to be fun, playful and really play on the pun of people getting involved as well as the word mint. It can be easy to focus almost exclusively on the mint leaf when designing and we'd encourage designers to dig deeper than that. At the same time, the icon should integrate our concept seamless in one whole part. In other words, we shouldn't have two elements (ie mint leaf, coin, person) as two distinct pieces, they should be integrated together as one creative object.