Burnt Red Hen does it again. Amazing work as usual. Top quality communication throughout the project.
Always communicative and on top of projects, and I intend to use this designer again and again!
- Cheryl Boyd
Amazing to work with, paid very close attention to detail and all my requests. 2nd time working with Zokili and I hope we get to do more together!!
This was my first book cover design and I was truly pleased by the initial offering by LaurenWelschDesign(TM). It was a standout from the beginning and only took two minor iterations to get to the final product. I showed several of the potential designs to friends and colleagues and most folks chose LaurenWelschDesign(TM) as their first choice also. Great experience. I really trust this designer in skill and imagination. This was a small $ project but I felt I received high $ results!
- Paky Bux
Paky Bux was a true delight to work with from he beginning of the contest to its final conclusion. We went through a number of iterations of designs. He was thoroughly patient and professional throughout the entire process. We are terrifically pleased with the images he created and are looking forward to using them in our work.
Thank you, Paky Bux, for your artistry and your professionalism! You get 5 stars! *****
How PioneerLibrarySystem started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Pioneer Library System Volunteer Logo
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Volunteers are very important to our library system. More than 800 volunteers contribute 27,000 hours of service to our 10 hometown public libraries. Each library maintains a list of jobs that can be done by volunteers which includes everything from helping in the children and teen departments, to shelving, working on special events and presenting programs. We have developed a position within the PLS Development Office specifically to work with and coordinate volunteers. Each branch library has a volunteer liaison. PLS volunteers range in age from 12 on up and assist librarians and staff in the library. Throughout the year we recognize milestones achieved by volunteers in terms of hours and host an annual thank-you and recognition event.
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
The volunteer logo should tie in to our existing logos for the system and the foundation. It should convey a sense of fun but I would prefer not to see images of hands – seems really obvious and overused.