Well what can 'wethree' say about Kate, except that is was an absolute pleasure to work with her! Her attention to detail was exceptional, truly grasping the details of our brief, actualising them, then experimenting with further concepts that ultimately enriched the end result. After seeing what she did for us, as well as her other winning designs, it is obvious that she has great versatilely too - and well, what more could you ask for in a designer! Thanks do much Kate!
How Coordinatorvsurla started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Rainbow Lake & Assumption Victim Services
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide assistance and support to those affected by crime or tragedy
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 looking for a logo to represent our Victim Services unit. I've attached our current logo (which we borrowed from another VSU) as well as another (Bow Valley) victim services logo. We assist 2 different communities that are very different from eachother (one aboriginal and one blue collar). The logos of each community can be found on http://www.denetha.ca and http://www.rainbowlake.ca
It would be great if we could incorporate a little of each into our logo (but maybe that would be too crowded so I'm open to anything). What I need to come through in our logo is that we assist victims of crime & tragedy (we help people). I don't have too much of an idea other than that. I would even be open to looking at just using words instead of pictures. I know that our name is a long one so feel free to design as you need to make space without it being complicated.
I think the best colors to use are blue, yellow and green.
We are open to new ideas and creativity. Thank you!