Nothing nut the best from Krusto. I was a liitle skeptical going into the contest if i would find what I was looking for but Krusto nailed it. Great experience all around. Really responsive to feedback and was always very timely with his revisions. Will definitely work with him again.
- matt 3c
Amazing work as always!
Imbibom was creative and kept putting new designs in front of us challenging our thoughts on what we wanted. We are very happy with the result.
- Julie Estelle
Julie was absolutely amazing. She provided so many ideas and reworked the colour scheme until I found exactly what I wanted. She also responded quickly to feedback and requests, and I'm extremely happy with the final design. Thanks Julie, I'd definitely love to work with you on 1:1 projects in the future.
How lyrahankins started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Hope & Haven Initiative
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Hope & Haven, Initiative Inc. is a 501(c)3 (pending) organization that provides healing services for veterans, trauma survivors, their families and caregivers. Hope & Haven, Inc. also provides affordable housing for veterans, trauma survivors, their families and caregivers, and low-to-moderate income individuals in Georgia and elsewhere.
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 have started out with healing services and are adding on affordable housing for veterans and others. We have not had a logo, and the website is pretty basic at this point; color palette is not at all set in stone. One possibility we are thinking of is a stylized blue or purple house with a gold heart in it (or reversed out), with a lake next to it with Hope & Haven Initiative next to that. We want something simple, tranquil, yet solid. This is caregiving and healing, but not really feminine (Founder is male). And our initial target audience is veterans, so it shouldn't be too feminine. Font should be interesting and maybe a little different, but not too wild, and something that will be legible and scale well from small to large. We would like something that could be reduced to the icon and "HHI" in small spaces. Would like the logo in 2-3 colors, but that can be understandable when executed in 1 color too. I was pretty middle of the road in values as this is a non-profit. Website is http://www.hopeandhaven.org with more info on our purpose. Thank you in advance for your interest and your efforts!!