Great simple and clean designs. Quick to respond to feedback and suggestions.
- Eliquid Design
I am thrilled with this designer. Every time I requested a variation of what was submitted, my requests were quickly honored. I like the creativity and thoroughness of the designs and would gladly work with this designer again in the future.
Fantastic designer! Worked with us the whole way through and gave us an amazing product. Easy to work with and very helpful and intuitive. Couldn't be more happy with our logo!
Fantastic response from all our preliminary requests with numerous revisions during the contest. Great design and we got what we were asking.
- tom su
How Aneevan started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Social Capital Philanthropists
What’s your company slogan?
Growing the power of grassroots philanthropy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a cross between a book club and an investment club; our members pool their financial resources and time to support one non-profit each year. The group selects the recipient. Our goal is to recognize and support small, community-based non-profits and, ultimately, have an impact on our local landscape.
We are young professionals who care about becoming involved in non-profits outside of our busy work lives. We are educated, generous, compassionate, contemporary, concerned, highly aware, action-oriented, socially conscious, sophisticated, entrepreneurial, hip, and urban.
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 are not looking for anything that appears financial or high tech. We want it to look/feel clean and streamlined. We also need a logo that can be compact enough to be used on letterhead, on business cards, online etc. We should be able to take a part of the logo (say the abstract mark) and use it on our Twitter account, in our URL address etc. Good examples of this would be @SSIReview, @fdncenter, and @IndSector.
The word mark option is probably our last choice because of our long name, but any creative ideas will help us consider if we should go this route.