Dezion really took the time to understand what we were looking for.
Loved how quick beki worked, also very on point with what we were looking for!
How tlsquier started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Kisimiri Project
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Kisimiri Project (TKP) is focused on improving access to healthcare for individuals living in rural areas of developing nations. We are a non-religious, data-based organization that strives to achieve these goals through collaborative projects designed to empower the local population. We have a secondary focus on improving science/health education in the same regions as stated above.
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
=Pros/cons of the selected example logos=
Text style: I like how EcoPlan and One Boutique text pull in design elements that appear to fit the type of business they represent. Both Ivy Worldwide and One Boutique are simple and clean, which I like. I don't like Wellness or Framed Arts text, as it appears messy. Although I like how EcoPlan appears to represent the company, the style of text seems a bit too structured and contrived.
Text color: Ivy Worldwide, EcoPlan, Framed art - I like the use of different color for different words. I also like the subtlety of one boutique. EcoPlan is too saturated.
picture mark/character: I like the graphic in Wellness - morphing from something abstract into a recognizable form (woman) and in EcoPlan - using modification of one easily recognizable form (grass), but transforming it into another recognizable form (light bulb). One boutique and Locaray, I like the simple cartoon characters - at least for one boutique it seems to represent the business.
= Global Thoughts =
The logo will set the color palate for the NGO - I would prefer something less contrasty in nature like that of one boutique (not necessarily the same colors, but rather similar level of contrast) and unlike Ivyworldwide (I don't like the black background).
The logo should be something that is styled, clean, and descriptive all at the same time.