Excellent! Very responsive and did an excellent job.
Very polished work with good response time. Would definitely work with Onirpus again!
- Systematic Chaos
I loved the design Systematic Chaos provided, and also the various design options that were provided to show how the final design was constructed from changes from the original base point. Great working with this designer, flexible and responsive.
Excellent designer and a very patience manor when conducting business.
Yuhok not only created a logo that captured what we were looking for, but did not know in the beginning, and was great to work with by quickly responding to feedback and sharing ideas to help us see a vision for the new logo.
Thank you for all the hard work! Beautiful job ! Exactly what we wanted
How brian5F started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
The name of my organization is Voters for Equality but I'd prefer the words to not appear/be the prominent feature. I'm more interested in an icon or image that embodies political engagement and the fight for LGBTQ rights; the brand image/picture should be the feature.
What’s your company slogan?
I've been using "Elect Equality" as a slogan but I'm not married to it. Again, more interested in the image/concept than the actual words. My current logo is a check mark so I would love to creative/abstract concepts of LGBTQ equality and politics. (Please see the attachments too).
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Voters for Equality is an LGBTQ rights political action committee, seeking to encourage people (particularly LGBTQ people and allies but all progressives/liberals/Democrats/moderates) to follow the news, to be politically engaged, aware, and active, and to turn out to vote in each and every election.
I'm looking for something that can serve as a new icon for LGBTQ and progressive political engagement. It's hard to make politics and voting sexy and cool but there has to be a way. Right? Right? :)
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Funny, tells a story with one image
LOVE this one. Dramatic, interesting to the eye
Motion draws you to the fingers
LOVE this one. Super creative, love the dramatic colors.
Classic and simple yet sleek
The bird part of this is really cool. Eye-catching and interesting.
This is the logo for the Human Rights Campaign and it's one of the most instantly recognizable symbols of the LGBT community. I'm looking for something like this but an image/icon/idea that conveys political engagement and activity, being informed, and also core concepts of the fight for LGBTQ rights (love, equality, freedom, etc.).
This logo is also pretty old. Something bold and modern, something for the next generation of LGBTQ activists?
I like that it tells a story without words; colorful; hearts are subtle but impactful.
Colorful, sort of random (and therefore eye-catching), memorable.
Love this one. Simple, modern, eye-catching, clean
Tells a story with the image, can be deconstructed a bit
Dramatic, eye-catching, raises a question
Really like this one a lot. Clean, simple, dramatic color choices.
Interesting to look at, eye-catching
Tells a story and provides imagery rather than being a static, literal icon
I'm updating the brief to see if I can be clearer with what I'd like to see. The purpose of the logo is to be about engagement and political action, not just about freedom/love/equality, etc. I want people to look at the logo and know (a) that it is a POLITICAL organization and that (b) it inspires action. Logos with just hearts, for example, certainly appeal to empathy but not really to explicitly political action.
I also would ask you to be careful with your designs so they are not similar to other U.S. companies. For example, basic use of an equals signs is the iconic logo for the Human Rights Campaign (http://www.hrc.org).