Terrific design and very receptive to our feedback.
How wiebke.dittert started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"Zölikids" is the kids' club within the Swiss Association of coeliac disease patients (genetical condition of gluten intolerance). Within this club, kids with celiac disease get the opportunity to meet other kids with the same dietary limitations.
We organise several gluten-free events for them like cooking and baking classes, restaurant visits, outdoor events, etc. Our annual summer camp is the cherry on the cake for most of them; it's always fully booked. All our events are gluten-free so "our kids" won't need to worry about anything.
The club's purpose is to give the smallest coeliac disease patients (0-16y; main target group for the logo: 8-16y) the necessary knowledge to deal with their disgnosis as well as a platform for the exchange with others.
Zölikids is part of the "IG Zöliakie" (Swiss Association for Coeliac Disease Patients) which advocates the interest of coeliac disease patients. I'm responsible for the kids club and would like to give its looks a proper 2016-brush-up.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
colourful and happy!
the colours green and yellow of our overall association (IG Zöliakie of which Zölikids is part) can be integrated in the logo but don't have to.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'd like to have a fun logo for kids. It should be colourful and should radiate a positive "no worries" attitude. The logo might - but doesn't have to - involve food.
I'd like to have a symbol or picture plus the writing "Zölikids". The symbol should be re-usable and should have a recognition value.
The Zölikids logo shouldn't (!) look like the logo of our overall association (IG Zöliakie of which Zölikids is part), see attached.
Due to legal and "political" reasons, the logo must not contain the gluten-free symbol (see attached) or parts of it, i.e. no grains, no strike-through.