LEF was incredibly responsive throughout the entire process even in the handover phase. LEF went above and beyond providing the various file types and variations to ensure we received everything we wanted. It was great working with LEF!
- mike dY
- Lee Xian
Lee is great to work with and incredible creative. A pleasure to collaborate with and very responsive and quick.
Dear Abdoo, you have done an excellent job and you have been very patient with us. We absolutely recommend you & your ideas and we will come back to you with our next project shortly. Thanks again for your ongoing support. All the best and much success for you!!
I loved the design the moment I saw it! Thank you for capturing my vision and making it a reality!
How info 0o started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Jersey Shore Gazette
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Forked River Gazette, a regional newspaper has been in publication since 1971, when started by the original owner, Mr. Joe Stewart.
My mother, Valerie R. Entrup, started collaborating with Mr. Stewart by selling advertisements and eventually purchased the company in 1982. Valerie created a true following of both loyal readers and advertising clients. Throughout the years Valerie operated the publication more as a passion rather than a job and her established business contacts became lifelong friends.
My mother passed away in 2001 and her spirit is still with the publication and company. Valerie’s legacy was her ability to unify the community through The Forked River Gazette, and as a result, I, her daughter today, carry on that same legacy.
In 2007 and for the first time in our 37 year history, we augmented the publications image by having both a traditional hard copy print publication along with an online working web presence.
We would like to invite you to review our growing web site for further reference us on our website: http://www.forkedrivergazette.com. The Forked River Gazette is a “magazine” styled publication. The Forked River Gazette publishes on the first Thursday of each month. There are articles, recipes, interesting club, community, topical and library news, plus much more.
This project (new logo) is part of an overall re-branding we are about to embark on. Our new brand will be the cornerstone of a new growth to position us for transforming ourselves for a community publication of 5-7 towns to a larger region (The Jersey Shore/Coastal area) that encompasses a growth of more than 5 times our current size and scope.
While our growth is contemporary, strategic and a broader culture we also want to honor our tradition so we desire our new brand to embrace tradition, culture (small, community). Equally in part to honor my mother I would like a “rooster” to be part of the design, even if in a background or something barely noticeable however perhaps secretly embedded in the design to pay homage to her (mom LOVED roosters and is why a rooster is our current logo). We ask you to be creative in how you can blend tradition along with our vision to modernize and grow.
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