I loved working with Enola! This designer gave me what I wanted even when I wasn't sure. Took all of my feedback and responded so quickly with many new design options. I will definitely work with Enola again!
Very creative work and excellent guidance.
- oink! design
This designer is on point. Can't recommend enough. If you like their style and are looking for simple, creative, brilliance then look no further. Also very professional, submitted updates very quickly, happy to keep working until designs are right. Overall dope as. 10/10
The designer was absolutely amazing given the crowdsourcing reputation. Unfortunately for our company size we should have hired a more senior artist, but that's on us. Overall the UX, customer support and process of 99designs was great! I would highly recommend for a startup or small business
How Ty Newell started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We promote masculine morality and personal spiritual growth to young men throughout the United States through immersive, challenging experiences centered around constitutional education, biblical foundation, and bolstering an untamed faith. Founded in 1985.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Simplicity with a great icon.
Font choice and colors with the incorporated icon.
Vintage typography and great layout.
Font and color scheme have a youthful, yet professional vibe.
Clean and classic with a hint of olde world.
The layout is great.
The typography and color splash on the "i" is a wonderful and whimsical touch.
Even though we work with youth, the majority of the time it's the parent/guardian that's making the decision to send them to a camp or event with us. That creates a different target audience with our branding. Keep that in mind as you design. Historically we've been historic...pun intended. Much of our previous design work has revolved around masculine tones with a nod to America's past. Most of our designs have a clean vintage look to them. I'm attaching a few of our own designs as well as a few we really like.
The vintage, hand-drawn look is something we see ourselves embodying pretty well, however, a clean and minimalistic branding is also something we're very open to. Our organizational theme, if you will, often revolves around the use of arrows. It's an element we'd like to keep in the design if possible.
So, the challenge lies in bringing 1776 to 2018 :)