The Faith Promise Communications Team (Heather Burson & I) have been plotting and scheming about revamping the church letterhead, envelopes, and stuff for several months now, but it’s only been in the past few days that we’ve settled on a set of designs. I personally think they’re awesome and a major upgrade, but I’m a little bit biased.
We should be finalizing the order by the end of this week, and there’s a chance that we might get some of it back in the next couple of weeks.
I love this kind of stuff!
Of all the things I get to do as a website and graphic designer, one of my favorite tasks is working on logo design and branding. I love working with companies to figure out how to represent their business in a small scalable image.
I recently completed a logo design for a translations business called TIN. The graphic below shows the three major stages of the logo. It started as a round speech bubble with the text on the inside. After chewing on that for a while and thinking through how it would work on a website, on letterhead, and on business cards, I decided to make it more sleek, remove the text from the inside (partly because of legibility in small applications – as you see here), and point the inside speech bubble in the opposite direction (like a back and forth conversation). In the third round of design, I closed off the crescent shape and reversed the direction each of the bubbles was pointing (to help with eye flow when used in the top left of a website).
I think it turned out very nice.