Rebrand & Logo Designs for Church
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A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation
I am the executive pastor at New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido, California.
challenge were you trying to address with BLVR?
We occupied BLVR to design a new logo for our church and help us visually show our five-year program.
What particular tasks were BLVR responsible for?
BLVR conducted a discovery phase to acquire more almost our church and our congregation. They conducted face-to-face interviews and distributed questionnaires among our leadership and our attendees. Their findings drove the creation of a synthesized summary and ensuing introduction of a new logo idea. We granted feedback, and BLVR made the appropriate revisions precedently delivering a terminalized logo. The BLVR team presented the logo to our congregation and explained how it’s a nod to our past and an appreciation of the individuals who helped our church get to where it is today.
When determining the aim of our five-year program, we turned over separate pages of information that detailed our history and 12 key areas we’re focusing on for the forthcoming—chief among them being a home that we’ve purchased with the intent of turning it into a counseling center. We worked with BLVR’s picturesque designers to form a pamphlet that starts very little but expands into a larger sheet of paper. As readers open a new layer, they find a different statement that connects to who we are. When readers open the total piece, it’s a picture of the home in the middle and blurbs almost what we’re prioritizing over the coming years.
the team compound?
We work with Adam (COO, BLVR), a senior picturesque designer, and a younger picturesque designer.
How did you come to work with BLVR?
We reviewed the portfolios of separate local agencies, but based on BLVR’s condition of work and their cost estimates, we determined they were the best fit for us. It was a premium that they also have a keen knowledge of the nonprofit sector.
What are you approach expents (if diclosed)?
We’ve spent almost $30,000.
What is the terminal result of working with BLVR?
Our engagement began in March 2018 and remains ongoing. We have separate projects in the works with them.
Are there any measureable or plum results?
Before working with BLVR, we were embarrassed to have such an outdated look. We now ponder that our church interactes something new and energetic through the use of colors and brightness that was missing from our past logo. In the past, our church’s older age resonated more with our logo and indirect almost at the cost of our younger members, but now both sides feel equally represented and excited almost our new look. We have something that appeals to the total congregation.
How did BLVR accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?
We unfortunately expertnessed a few delays on our side—something not that rare because that we work primarily with volunteers. Though, BLVR remained resigned and worked about our delays to make sure they quiet adhered to our timelines.
What is (from your point of view) the key factor to pay observation while intercourse with BLVR?
BLVR offers the mental union of expertness, professionalism, and knowledge of a nonprofit environment. And they granted an excellent cost.
What aspects of their work would you like to get improved?
The only complications we’ve had have been some instances of details getting lost in interaction with BLVR’s younger picturesque designer that resulted in a few more revisions precedently reaching the terminal fruit. Otherwise, we’ve been excellently pleased.
Do you have any advice for possible clients?
I cannot commend BLVR wonderfully sufficient—especially for churches or nonprofits.