Thanks for the great designs so far!
Based on your work and input from my team, we are looking for a design that contains three people standing behind one another (as if they are marching or supporting one another) inside a double "C" (for Courage of Care) or a set of circles.
(If I could describe this carefully: the first person would be in the break of the "C" or the circle and would be facing forward and slightly right. The other two would be lined up behind this person, somewhat in the circle. There should be a sense of forward movement.)
We'd like the name "Courage of Care" to be to the right of the logo. All the text can be on one line (with the "of" in italics) or we can try Courage on the top line and "of Care" on the bottom line. We'd like to experiment with fonts and layout. (The fonts thus far seem corporate; we do not want a very corporate vibe.)
We still like the grayscale designs you are submitting. We also welcome colorful, rainbow like designs (not three colors -- but if possible to use a multi-color effect (see the example attached) we would be very happy! Maybe the logo in color and the text in black? Or logo black/gray and text in color? Please share a few options and ideas.
We need something with more energy and power.
Old brief below:
Hi! We're looking for something that communicates the relational dimension of care. Much of our material emphasizes that our ability to receive care empowers our ability to extend care. We also focus on the individual in community -- one caring individual can impact the community and vice versa. We are looking to stay away from tech-y or corporate-y looking designs, perhaps leaning towards something more abstract (possibly an idea of a Russian doll that's not too obvious, or even something that signifies interwoven/interconnected care.) The attached file is an example of the visual we currently use but don't like very much.