He created us a lot of designes and a great logo as result. The communication was perfect and he worked quickly and and professional.
Thanks for your ideas
We were unsure about the direction of the design but Brana kept working with me and offering suggestions. One finally 100% worked and we went with it.... after dozens of tweaks and changes but she was patient and we finally got it exactly right!
The designer was great, punctual. Had something unique to offer and was happy to re-design and go back to the drawing board everytime until I was happy. Highly recommend this designer. He also emailed me outside of the forum to show me enhanced designs that he could not submit through the forum. Something, a normal designer wouldn't have done. Good Job!!
Really enjoyed the 99designs process and was thankful to find a design from We-es that met my needs. He was easy to deal with and provided a number of versions of the final design in the formats I needed.
Ekasha_designs was the last one to submit his creations in the initial round. His design was alright and i went to see his profile, to get a sense of his level.
His profile convinced me and i selected his design for the second round. In the second round, the battle was fierce, but ekaksha_designs came out on top.
How amanda ov started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Inclusive Education Project (IEP) is a non-profit organization which advocates for the civil rights of children with special needs within the education system. Our target audience is parents of children with special needs within the Southern California area. We provide pro bono legal services and conduct presentations to promote awareness of the rights of children with special needs.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our slogan is "Level the playing field". We want our logo to focus on a symbol that represents the goal of seeking equal education for all children no matter what their abilities or disabilities. We want our logo to include our acronym "IEP" but not have it be the main focus. The symbol could represent "civil rights", "equality", "inclusivity", "education reform", "child advocacy". We are flexible on the logo colors and could include all or some. The symbol/object/picture could incorporate a number of things; some beginning ideas we had were a catchers mitt, or a child, maybe a child's silhouette, on top of a book (representing a pitchers mound), or any other sports symbol representing "leveling the playing field", while also keeping the education theme.
Please feel free to be creative - these are just some early thoughts we had, but we're open to seeing something new!