Life is in the journey as well as the destination. Not too many people would have put up with my OCD, micromanaging and shifting gears midstream, which admittedly was done ALL TOO OFTEN and up to the last minute; however, I am elated to say that Pixelate225 took it all in strides and with great enthusiasm and after 30+ submissions and 150+ comments, which included up to 5 minor changes per comment, we did it!!!
Regarding the logo:
All of my colors – teal, red, brick, curry, and chocolate -- are integrated beautifully, the Sistahs are everything I envisioned: Beautiful, Afro-chic, and Fierce with a touch of Sass, the book earrings (another last minute change) and “tea”-shirt (just came up with that—I swear) are flawless.
Pixelate225 took my painstaking focus on detail with ease and (speaking of switching gears last minute) in less than ten minutes of me uploading my pitiful design of a DCE combo took my suggestion for an earring and not only kept ‘dce’ the way I “sketched” it but created a dce earring that’s both believable and classy…Incredible!
In short, I am overjoyed to give two snaps and two honors – I just simply could not choose between the two women as they are both everything I asked for with a few surprises.…
May these logos/designs make Pixelate's “folio” stand out in the midst of the thick.
on behalf of Dachice
How Dkbush started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Girls Gone Local
What’s your company slogan?
Make a difference and feel good.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a couple of girls hoping to do good things in our community by inspiring our friends and friends of friends to work together to make Toronto even better. Our goal is to make a difference – through awareness, fundraising events & hands-on initiatives – in an effort to brighten the lives of those in need in our city.
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'd like to incorporate the CN tower OR Toronto city scape in our logo as an indication of our organization being "local". This is not etched in stone, so if you have another idea that captures our spirit, please feel free to go outside the box.
we'd like a modern/contemporary font
GGL will focus efforts on poverty, the environment, the empowerment of women, and children.