The Professor understood what I wanted from the moment he read my brief. He understood the colours and the type of design I was after. He has made helpful comments. More importantly he was very patient while I asked for many changes this way and that way, nothing seemed too much trouble. I appreciated that very much because I was exploring and not quite sure.
Fantastic Job! We really appreciated the strength of the work.
- Ade martha
Ade was great throughout the process. Very fast and responsive and came up with some really excellent designs. Highly recommend!
- Teal Tree Creative
I was really happy with how quickly and efficiently this designer responded to my brief and subsequent feedback. I'm really happy with the final logo - thank you!
How Richard4604 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Pinnacle Resources, LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide project management, compliance and capacity building for non-profit organizations generally funded with Federal grant dollars (i.e. Departments of Labor, Justice, Health & Human Services). Changing lives is more important than paperwork. We help non-profits concentrate on helping people while we manage the project, meet programmatic compliance with the funder's program requirements to ensure performance and help build the organization's capacity so they learn how manage on their own. I'm looking for a logo that speaks to the "people" side (non-profits) while appealing to the management and compliance side (government and funders who want a social return on their investment). Tough, isn't it!..
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
To get a feel for what we do please see our website at http://www.pinnacleresourcesllc.com . When it comes to self-promotion I tend to be more "understated" and want my work to speak for itself. However, I think I need something that is a little more attention getting in hopes that it may spark more questions. The difficulty lies in the fact that nonprofit people tend to be warm and fuzzy while government types tend to be more business like and want to make sure the job and paperwork in getting done. Two very different audiences and I intersect somewhere in the middle.