Aileen has been fantastic! She captured the essence of what we were seeking, listened closely to feedback, provided follow-up quickly when requested. I highly recommend her.
- stevie 4
Great work, would recommend!
The logo design was fantastic. It was much better that what I had imagined before starting the contest. Great creative work and following the guidelines I provided.
I highly recommend Fres: I am very satisfied with the beautiful logo he designed for me. His style is very elegant. He was always available for revisions and tweaks. I enjoyed working with him.
I'm very happy with this original logo! Looks great and fits my business well. Great work, well done
- K.G Design's
This logo perfectly reflected our business. The changes I requested were made quickly and exactly as I asked. I am thrilled to have worked with K.G Design's.
How CEP Ottawa started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Connecting Environmental Professionals (CEP)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're a volunteer-run, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting opportunities for young and emerging environmental and sustainability professionals across Canada.
Chapters organize learning and networking events and help connect members with environment- and sustainability-related job postings.
Our three foundational principles are "education", "engagement", and "employment".
We're re-branding from YEP to CEP (some chapters have already made the switch; current/old logos are attached below) - here is our old website with more information on what we're about: http://yepcanada.ca/background.html
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A few more ideas from one of our members: - two hands shaking, perhaps with a leaf in between- puzzle pieces - perhaps each of the three words on one puzzle piece and make them connect somehow- connecting the letter o in each word, like o-o-o (sort of looks like a molecule when the words are one on top of each other)- something similar to the following image, but simpler? (idea.jpeg in the attachment)