Every aspect of working with RussJames was excellent. He was helpful, professional, and always responded in a timely manner. He was able to work with us to figure out what we wanted and come up with the right design. I strongly recommend him for your design!
- Brassfield Baptist
It was a pleasure to work with B_x. I really liked how he/she was able to create a design with minimal information and wasn't afraid to come up with new designs of his/her own. Even though I rejected most of the new designs, seeing them helped me come up with new designs as well.
Lastly, there was one point where I wanted some text lined up to the right. I specifically said "right" but he/she went ahead and gave me both right AND left aligned versions. I ended up liking the left-aligned version better and really appreciated B_x for taking the one extra step to show both... not only that, he/she included both in my package so I can switch back and forth if need be.
So I'd highly recommend B_x for future design work.
Great design and very responsive and willing to make changes.
How Brassfield Baptist started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Brassfield Baptist Church
What’s your company slogan?
Seeking and Proclaiming Christ Together
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Est. 1823, we are a historic church wanting to appeal to younger people. We care about deep relationships, the centrality of the Bible, and taking the message of Christ to others.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Envisioning the logo in a shield or circle, but open to other options. Since our name is "Brassfield" it could incorporate inspiration from the "field" concept (a metaphor for those the church seek to reach). Possible silouette of sheep standing on a Bible. Open to artist's creativity that could be different from what's above. Need not contain the name of the church or slogan, but they may if it works.