Wonderfully creative. Very easy to work with, and responsive.
perfect design and support
- B W N P ™
thank you for considering my notes and for improving the design even more. It fits our brand and we are excited to start using it.
How susanx started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Reader's Digest Partners for Sight Foundation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a non profit organization dedicated to providing blind and visually impaired people with the tools and resources they need to lead independent, productive lives. We do this primarily through our grant making programs, and "partnering" with our grantee organizations to help them deliver the best programs, services and resources.
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
Please note that our audience includes many visually impaired people. Therefore, the logo design must work for this audience. Do NOT use the color red. Please make sure there is contrast. We have used reflex blue in the past.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It has a little bit of whimsy, yet is easy to read.
Quick to grasp. Nice, modern design.
Easy to read. Simple design.
Easy to grasp. Very legible. Simple. Clean. Minimalist, but you get it right away.
The subtlety of incorporating the baking element (with the rolling pin.)
This one is a little more whimsical. Not enough contrast for our audience, but I liked the modern design of the pear. The "prickly pear" font would not work for us. Too hard to read, for people who are visually impaired.
simplicity. But it's also a little boring, and maybe too scary, now that I think about it. :0)
Easy to read. Modern design.
We have a logo that is "old and tired" and we want it updated. Our current logo hearkens back to our original affiliation with the Reader's Digest Association. (The famous "cupola" on top of the old building.) We no longer desire that association in our logo. Because we work with visually impaired people, design specs are very important. The logo must have high contrast from a color perspective. Fonts must be legible - not fancy, no serifs, no drop caps, etc. Many visually impaired people cannot see the color red, so do not use red. The words "Reader's Digest" can be downplayed in the logo, and the words "Partners for Sight Foundation" can be prominent. You can delete the word "Foundation" if that works better for the design.