Great work - nice simple design and responsive for reworks!
Awesome job. Super creative and understood what I was looking for.
- Palmer Design
What a great designer and designs! She was easy to work with, very helpful throughout the entire process and went above and beyond what was expected. You will not be disappointed if you choose to work with her for a design project! We would work with her again in a heartbeat on our design project!!!
How B Woogie started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
SOY and/or Shades of Yellow
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Shades of Yellow (SOY) is a Hmong Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) nonprofit organization that works to provide support, education, advocacy, and leadership development to Hmong LGBTQ and allies. SOY is made up of a diverse group of community members, constituents, and allies.
We are committed to creating a community that is aware of the issues that Hmong LGBTQ face. We are based out of St. Paul, MN. SOY is unique in that we are the only known Hmong LGBTQ Organization in the world, so we make an effort to not only have local programming and support services, but to also have an online presence to reach out to other Hmong LGBTQ across the country and internationally.
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
You can get a sense of us from our website: http://www.shadesofyellow.org. We want our logo to embody the complex intersections we represent: We are deeply proud of our Hmong heritage. As an ethnic minority group without a country of our own and a refugee history, we have been historically oppressed but continue to thrive. Then as queer Hmong folks, we are minorities within a minority within a minority. We are also proud to be queer, but want our logo to balance traditional Hmong culture with modernity, and the fabulous, fierceness of being QUEER!
When you look at our logo we want you to see that we are clearly a Hmong organization and clearly a QUEER organization. We'd love to see some incorporation of traditional Hmong elements and designs (here's an example: http://www.cvmuseum.com/HmongClothing.gif ) but with a modern, queer twist.
We like our original logo, which is a traditional Hmong male's hat, but with rainbow colors. However, we want to be gender neutral and gender inclusive, therefore we want to move away from the male hat and create a new logo.