This designer was a pleasure to work with. He read my design brief carefully, listened to my feedback at every step, and finally came up with a warm, inviting image that is perfect for the nature of my nonprofit. I also really appreciated the small touches, like when he mentioned he had lived in Austin for awhile (where my nonprofit is located). It added a personal element to an otherwise anonymous design contest. Much appreciated!
While the logo did not fit perfectly with the brand we were pursuing in our original design contest, the logo was so good and Jendral so great to work with that we ended up reaching out several months later to purchase the image.
- Lightning McQueen
Lightning is a fantastic designer! This was my first time on 99 Designs and working with a designer, and Lightning was extremely patient! I highly recommend him! He works hard and has a great attitude. This was a 5 star experience.
- - harmonika -
Designer was very accommodating. Contest was made very easy and didn't have any issues.
How OuterWhitespace started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Great Exchange
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Great Exchange promotes self-advocacy among intellectually disabled adults by setting up pathways for them to network with nonprofits around Austin. In exchange for performing team-based volunteer work at each nonprofit, the host nonprofit will provide a list of ways they plan to foster inclusion in their workplace.
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
We like bridge imagery (particularly the Congress Bridge in Austin). I was playing around with the idea of using a bridge as the upper part of a heart shape, but I couldn't successfully execute the idea. You're welcome to give this idea a shot or to just go with your own ideas!
It would be great if the "change" in "Exchange" could be a different color.
We're trying to communicate that we're a fun and friendly, but very professional, organization. Ideally the logo would communicate a sense of fun without alienating donors and investors.