Top qualtity design with fast effective alterations taken from feedback
I'm a happy customer.
Hollow has been very patient, hard working designer and very quick to respond. No to mention a great designer with a fresh approach to the work he does.
I should keep in mind his name for future needs and I would highly recommend him.
- jose W5
Excellent work, yet again. Thanks Dani.
You are amazing. and this time it is not just me but also my team that weighed in. So this is worth 7 recommendations ;-)
- Amira ♠
Amira is fantastic. Incredibly diligent and responsive. Made changes quickly, and with creative flair. An absolute pleasure to work with.
How jaime s started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"Leverage Leadership enables busy leaders to do MORE on LESS."
Leverage Leadership is a non-profit organization that exists to equip Christian ministry leaders and pastors to leverage their strengths, time, resources, effort, and staff to increase the effectiveness and productivity of their ministry, but still have a life at the end of the day. It is about leading well AND living well. It is about doing more on less and working "smarter, not harder." The man behind the organization is Dale Burke (author of How To Lead & Still Have a Life: The 8 Principles of Less Is More Leadership). Through Leverage Leadership, Dale speaks at conferences and consults with pastors and ministry leaders. He also provides staff development services to churches. This organization was originally named Thrive Leadership, but we are re-branding it under the new name "Leverage Leadership." You can visit our old site for more info on the organization at thrive leadership.com. Our primary target is male, ages 35-55.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are open to a logo that just says "leverage" or "leverage leadership." A lot of our leadership material talks about the concept of "less is more." We like logos that incorporate the idea of a lever, a fulcrum or the "less than, more than" (<>)symbols. I have included images of Dale's book cover as well as a screen shot of a very early draft of our new site.