Great Designer. We are very happy with the final Logo Design. The Idea/Concept behind the logo and the work of this Designer was just perfect and we were impressed.
- George d
George did a really nice job of reading and understanding my creative brief then submitting ideas that were on-target. He delivered concepts that were – like his portfolio pieces that had prompted me to invite him to my contest – smart, visually interesting, and fun; he also does a nice job with negative space. His comprehension was great. He was very, very responsive. And he did an exceptional job of refining the design, offering options and variations, and making suggestions to improve the logo. I’m quite happy with the result – and the process of working with him – and would certainly recommend him.
- Under The Plum Tree
Super netter Kontakt
I keep working with KDX due to his willingness to help.
How lance.beck started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
From its inception in 1999, this Friends group—known as Malheur Wildlife Alliance back then—has supported Malheur Refuge and the wildlife, habitat and cultural history it protects. It became Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge sometime in the early 2000s, but there was no concerted effort to rebrand the organization’s materials, website, etc. Now, with new leadership and a major website overhaul in the works, a new logo is needed to complement these changes and bring FOMR’s visual presence up to date.
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (Friends of MNWR) was formed in 1999 and is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation committed to:
• Conserving, enhancing, and restoring fish and wildlife habitat and cultural history in the Harney Basin in southeast Oregon through the support of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge staff and programs.
• Assisting the Refuge in providing wildlife-dependent educational and recreational opportunities while enhancing public knowledge and appreciation of the Refuge mission.
• Advocating for support of the Refuge and the National Wildlife Refuge System.
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Please read the "FOMR Logo Design-Final" briefing document and see the associated photo concepts and support images.