Pandalf is very creative and diligent in their work. Any adjustments needed to my logo were done in a timely matter. Very responsive with communication and had a great understanding of my vision. I will use Pandalf again!
Our building is an icon in our city. We wanted something featuring an architectural element of our building. What we got was amazingly accurate and simple. We love it.
Ctrl was very creative and a pleasure to work with. I would highly recommend this designer!
Thanks for the design!
- evan rs
Awesome experience across the platform, super interactive, with consistent support from the team at 99Designs, could not be more happy, thanks.
How henryfi started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
First Baptist Church
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a church which reaches people of all ages across the southeast Texas region known as the Golden Triangle.
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
02/26/2018 - We appreciate all of the logos with architectural elements. For the remainder of the contest, please focus on other types of logos (crosses, monograms, et. al.)
We are looking for a dynamic logo which speaks to younger people but does not alienate older people. WE ARE OPEN TO ALL DESIGNS. Please be creative.
We are looking for a logo and a logotype which can be combined in both horizontal and vertical applications on everything from the left chest of a polo to the side of a bus.
WE ARE NOT NECESSARILY LOOKING FOR A LOGO WITH A CROSS. There are several architectural elements--some more meaningful than others--in the attached photo which could be used. For example, at the very top of the spire extending from the steeple is a upside down plumb bob. Plumb bobs were used to make sure walls were not crooked. The congregation, at the time the building was built, chose this to put on top of the steeple as a reminder that our lives should be "lined up" with God.
DO NOT BE BOUND TO A LOGO FEATURING ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS OF OUR BUILDING.