Thank you again for your help.
It was nice working together.
- Rental Coffee Inc.
Very creative and easy to work with.
Ardif will work with you until the design is exactly right.
- Andi Lukfi
Andi was awesome and completely hit the mark on my logo design. He blew the other options out of the water. It was creative yet also professional which is exactly what I asked for.
Lydia saw the essence of the story. We work in perfect harmony throughout the process. And final art, for the cover of my book, was a thousand ... I would hire her again, for sure!
How cgriffing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Carbon Free Albany
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The City of Albany, CA has a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. We're creating a website called "Carbon Free Albany" where residents can learn about actions they can take to help fight climate change, get points for actions taken, and interact with each other. It will be similar to these existing sites: http://www.paloaltogocarbonfree.org and http://www.fremontgreenchallenge.org.
We could use the tagline "Getting to zero carbon by 2050" but it doesn't have to fit in the logo. We want to attract residents/students.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our branding includes a City seal and fonts, and our Rec Department materials have a fun, playful retro vibe that we could tap into. We're looking for something that fits with our branding but has a clear environmental focus. One logo option would be to use the top part of the City seal (with the hill and the golden gate bridge) and have the grid in the foreground look like solar panels and/or include wind turbines on the hill. Trees or other environmental images could work too. The attached EBCE logo is a different agency but I like how they incorporate solar and wind power. Another option would be to make the logo and text fit in the shape of the City (neighborhood map attached).