I am exceptionally happy with the work, effort, and final product produced by Flatsigns. I had no idea what I wanted when I initially launched my project; however, Flatsign’s innovative designs really helped give shape to my business. Outstanding work.
Visualverbal is very patient and open minded.
This is the second project my business has worked with Bill, he is very proffesional and creative.
We love our new logo :)
Kretecool won a highly competitive contest with over 180 submitted designs. The design understood the brief and provided a number of good options for us.
- jawa tengah
Great job of listening.
- Fenceline Design
Super easy to work with and quick to respond. Made the process very smooth and hassle free.
- Matthew Bertulli
How Avi.loewenstein started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Water For Waslala
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Water for Waslala is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to ending the water crisis in Waslala, Nicaragua. We work with rural Waslalan communities to implement cost-effective, sustainable water technologies that improve health and foster educational and economic development. The primary technology used by Water for Waslala is a gravity-fed water system. These systems capture water from natural springs in the Waslalan mountains before the water flows downhill and becomes contaminated. The captured spring water flows downhill through buried PVC piping to various groups of households and schools within a rural community. Each household receives a faucet outside the home that is connected to the system, which provides a 24/7 supply of clean drinking water. We’ve also begun testing the effectiveness of two household filtration technologies: ceramic filters and biosand filters.
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
While not an absolute necessity, we'd like to integrate the idea of water in the design. Maybe waves, or drops, or something else. We'll consider non-water based designs as well.
We want a new logo that we can use for print (on marketing materials) and for our website. We'd like to see logos integrated with "Water for Waslala", "WfW" and variations thereof. We'd like to see variations in single and multiple colors for the various uses.