Great job. Very responsive to several changes. Came up with a great design and continued to refine throughout the contest. Would definitely use him again.
unique_73 does a great job and always available to help after completion.
Crux was very professional and worked hard to help me find the vision I was looking for with my logo. He listened really well to my input and tweaked what he could to help me find the right logo. He is very talented and really did all he could to help me get the logo I needed, and I am very picky!
How fletcher.marc started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a for profit social enterprise selling simple, life-improving
technologies to poor communities in developing countries. The key
feature of our company is that we can sell any product that a
community might need that fits our criteria for social and
environmental benefit and we make them affordable by offering them on
credit. In Kenya this is portable solar lights but somewhere else it
might be refrigeration or water filters. We don't manufacture the
products, we partner with other companies for this.
Our company name is 'Angazia' which means 'light', or 'shining a
light' on things. Our target audience is people who are paying more
for often dirty, unhealthy alternatives ( like kerosene for lighting
We bring a tiny bit of modern convenience to people who are used to
making do with very little.
We think our stuff is modern, bright, and ultimately clean and useful.
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 sell simple modern technology for everyday needs (like
lighting and water).
Clean, simple, shiny. No cartoons, no people (stick figures)
or realism, no kitchy Africa motifs. We're looking for something
friendly and welcoming yet still allows us to be taken seriously as a
business, but that doesn't necessarily convey a charitable purpose (
not too 'community' ). Yes, it's a balance!