The designer was prompt and responsive to our questions. Of all the designers in our contest, he clearly understood our brief and put together a great concept on his first submission. When we asked, he took the time to present our design in different colors and made sure the final files were well structured so we could make additional color modifications in the future. Many thanks.
great designer - can defintely recommend his work !
Great design, was cool that it was hand-drawn unlike all the other ones that looked like they were done in a generator
I like the design a lot, fresh innovative. Thank you.
Inoy@ did an excellent job, was quickly responsive to our many revision requests, and was polite and professional in all communications.
great design, more than willing to make changes, i would definitely recommend working with the designer!
How jaygyP started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Purposely.org is an educational non-profit that provides life and career coaching for college students. Our aim is to help students align their career goals with a deep sense of life purpose.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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We incorporate language and images of adventure in the wild throughout our program to convey the sense of self-discovery, journey, and exploration. For instance, our initial assessment is called Basecamp, and we use terms such as Trailhead, Pathfinder, Trailblazer, etc. in the program. While we would not want the logo to look like we were an actual adventure company, we would like to convey the sense of self-discovery as adventure, as a journey one pursues.
Also, we have debated the pros and cons of including the .org extension in the logo itself. Our website will be the key touchpoint in the program, and we have considered including the full purposely.org in all of our branding. We leave it up to the designer to help us decide.