This is the second time I have used 99 designs to help develop a branded identity for a church - 7 years apart, and for churches in different states! I'm amazed at how each time the designers were able to find and develop on themes about our identity and mission, things for which we were clueless about until we saw their ideas, and everyone said, "Oh yeah, that is totally this place!" Really powerful service, a good logo provides a church confidence in who they are, especially long established churches who already have a well respected "brand" in their communities. No such thing as a church that is too small for this, by the way, especially for the cost. I can't recommend this enough for churches as we move beyond just putting a small listing in the newspaper and begin to share our story through new media channels.
How Director17 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kentucky Horse Council
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our target audiences are two: 1. Those who already own horses or are in a horse-related business., 2. Those people who are interested in horses but do not yet own one.
We provide education to horseowners and those involved in the horse business. We also encourage new people to get involved in horses by teaching them the many ways they can be involved, the costs, safety aspects, and character benefits for youth especially.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The "2009" file loaded is our OLD logo. We do not want a realistic horse image but an abstract image that suggests a horse (the other file is an idea of this). We also do not want the Kentucky state outline.
Simplicity is desired, plus ease to embroider and place on a new website we are in the process of designing. We also want to be contemporary, to communicate that the KY Horse Council is growing and changing to meet the needs of the times.