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Neogram is amazing. have worked with Neogram twice now, perfect both times.
The designer followed our instructions to a "t" and gave us exactly what we requested. Thanks for the great design work!
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How Jeff4Sheriff started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Jeff Shrader for JeffCo Sheriff
What’s your company slogan?
Experienced Leader - Committed to Service
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Jeff Shrader is a candidate for the office of Jefferson County (Colorado) Sheriff.
Jefferson County is located in the western portion of the six-county Denver metro area and has a population of about 540k residents - about 300k voters. It is the home of Red Rocks ampitheater and Coors Brewery, among many other great sights and companies.
voters likely will focus on experience, integrity, commitment
Although this is a political campaign, and separate from the Sheriff's Office and the County Government, for reference, web sites for those entities are:
Jeff Shrader is a 29 year veteran of the Sheriff's Office. Basic bio can be found on jeffcosheriff.com (about us tab and then to division chiefs tab)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Emphasis should be placed on Shrader and Sheriff.
The logo will primarily be used on signs - please limit to 2 colors (plus white OR black) - no gradients on basic logo. Sign orientation is typically 2:1 ratio e.g. 2 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Also, will be used on bumper stickers
The sheriff's star (badge) has seven points - if this is to be incorporated into the design.
I previously managed a campaign. website for that campaign is peteweir.com. - This was not done with a design contest - it references some of the bold yet mature/conservative elements that people expect out of law enforcement professionals.