Ziggi was very professional. The communication was easy and very effective. All the changes and requests were quickly and effectively done allowing us to get the exactly logo we wanted. I highly recommend Ziggi.
Good Work. I like his logo design.
The design was great! It came along with the requirements and worked to express themselves a little beyond just the functional asks.
NymAlba was great to work with - very friendly, fast and responsive! We're super happy with our new logo. Thanks NymAlba!
- Designer Geek
Great work, quick turn around, very flexible!
How DLucas started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Brigada seeks to provide resources, trends, and motivation for cross-cultural travelers, humanitarian aid workers, missionaries, and all those who care about the globe. Staged from the offices of Team Expansion in Louisville, Kentucky, Brigada Today is like "Lifehacker" for cross-cultural servants. (For inspiration then, see http://lifehacker.com .) The name, "Brigada," comes from the word "brigade" in languages like Russian and Spanish. The idea of a brigade implies that cross-cultural travelers would do well to work together and "pass along" the resources, news, trends, and motivation that they learn in their work and life. Over 7000 community development specialists, NGO volunteers, Peace Corps workers, and others have signed up one at a time, each individually, to receive and read the email version. Still others visit the web version regularly, making Brigada one of the longest-running (since January 1995) and widest-read publication specifically for cross-cultural workers.
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 weekly email version will prominently feature the logo in the header, so a low-bandwidth, emailable version is essential. The logo will also be featured on brochures, traveling displays, and in ads inviting prospective reader and subscribers.