I LOVE my new brand. Nora was great to work with. She actually read my brief and created designs that was relevant to what I was looking for. She was very patient and responded to edits very quickly. She is a pro and an authentic Artist. I will work with Nora again.
He's fantastic, helped a novice like me understand the design process and was quick to respond to my questions. Very talented!
Extremely professional and very high-quality work. Easy to work with! I can't say enough about the positive experience and flexibility of this designer. Highly highly recommend!!!
Great work and excellent communication
How learnwhr started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Women's Human Rights Education Institute
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Established in 2004, the Women's Human Rights Education Institute (WHRI) is a non-profit educational institute that helps international women's human rights activists learn the United Nations human rights system, with a focus on the Women's Convention (CEDAW) and apply its framework to a diverse range of local and international issues.
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 already have a logo that was NOT professionally designed. As a result, we do not have proper logo files, vectors, etc. We would like the designers to use the existing concept of the Phoenix Rising to create a fresh, new logo and type that is engaging and continues to communicate our feminist activist values. The new logo will also be incorporated into the re-design of our website. You can view the old website at http://www.learnwhr.org.
The previous logo also has too many color gradations (making it costly to print) - we would like the new logo to have the number of colors in the standard range.