What a talented designer! I've enjoyed working with LenceMi every step of the way of the 99 Design process. She was incredibly timely in all communications, patient with my questions and requests and delivered design products that I love. Amazing in every way!
Done excellent job
Muy contento con el trabajo realizado por Ladoblede. Responde inmediatamente a los mensajes que hemos enviado, es capa de interpretar a la perfección los cambios que pedíamos, y a plasmado la idea que le dimos para nuestro logo. Sin duda volveremos a contar con el para el próximo diseño.
How gellogg started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Little Pebbles Ministries
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Little Pebbles is a non profit charitable organization. We send donated clothing, shoes and toys for orphan and poor children in Guatemala and Latin America. We also provide them with food and supplies.
At Little Pebbles Ministries we care deeply about orphan and poor children. With every shipment we send or every visit we share the love of God and our community with the children we meet in the orphanages we serve.
The logo will be targeted to men and women, but would like it to appeal to children as well. We would love a design that expresses the feelings of hope and love. We would like a logo that is meaningful above all.
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Other color requirements
brown and turquoise
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Because our values are based on our Christian Faith we are inspired by religious themes ...children's footprints following Jesus' footprints...doves...hearts bursting with love and compassion... but we are truly open to other designs as well. Basically, we would like for people to look at our logo and tell that we care about children.
The name of Little Pebbles was born during a walk at the beach on the island we live. We saw thousands upon thousands of pebbles and thought about the many orphans we have encountered in our visits to Guatemalan orphanages. Just in one orphanage alone there are 430 orphans!
We also thought about the ripples made in the water when you throw a pebble into it and how much it reflects our ministry...we started doing one thing and have branched into other areas as God has allowed us to.
There is nothing more rewarding for us than to see children's smiles. When an orphan or poor child smiles it fills us with hope. Our commitment and our love has become a way of life for all involved in our ministry.