From just a logo to a full brand Identity system with guidelines, we'll help your craft the visuals to illustrate your churches unique role and promise. Our creative solutions will be based on your specifications, architectural treatments, organizational behavior traits, etc. What you do with the new identity system will ultimately dictate the expectations, emotions, stories, memories, and actions surrounding your church or ministry.
Most common options
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Best church logo design approaches for clear, cohesive, & compelling communications:
(Monogram): font & typography-based logo comprised of a few letters or the organization's initials.
(Logotypes): font & typography-based logo based on the full name of the organization.
Also know as symbol/pictorial mark. It's an image, icon, or symbol that represents the organization and contains no text.
Comprised of a combination of a Symbol/Pictorial Mark and a Lettermark/Wordmark.
Also known as badges, seals, and crests. This logo consists of text inside of a symbol or icon.
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Combination Mark Pairing: with combination mark logo, alternate typography layouts have to be prepared for different media applications.
Sizing & Isolation Zone: the scalability of your logo affects visibility and the perceived style- especially for faith-based organizations because of their diverse outreach and communications activities.
Logo Colorways: Color usage within your mark adds nuance to your overall look and feel. Different color variations are needed for a variety of background applications.
Typography: From title and tagline typefaces to web fonts used on your site, they all play an essential role in carrying your message and telling your story. Parameters for styling, layouts, and spacing are needed to achieve a cohesive identity.
Design Color Usage: your organization's personality and attitude can be expressed through color. The right color system can send the right message before any content, knowledge, beliefs, or invitations are shared.
Design Elements: the shapes, textures, and aesthetics surrounding your logo ultimately support your desired look and feel.
Imagery Applications & Church Art: Using consistent photo, video, and illustration imagery add to the unique qualities of your brand design.
Stationery Design: creating cohesive designs for business cards, Letterhead/envelopes, connection cards, offering envelopes, and other staple materials.
Apparel & Promo Products Design: reinforcing your brand image and supporting camaraderie w/ t-shirt, polo, sweatshirts, hats, branded cups, etc.
Mailers Design: building a series of direct mail designs as a core tactic of your brand campaign efforts.
Print Media Design: general brand campaign designs for print materials such as - bulletin covers, statement stickers, welcome desk talking point tools, etc.
Social Media Design: formatted post packs for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter content to be published within your brand campaign.
Multimedia Design: building designs for video publishing and broadcast- such as Youtube intro and outros, lower thirds, background loops, etc.
Web & Mobile Design: includes design elements and usability schemes to support your new brand identity system.
Placemaking & Wayfinding Design: aiming to achieve the highest level of brand continuity by bringing brand elements into your internal and external environment(s).
Out-of-Home Design: crafting messages and imagery for billboard advertising within your brand campaign.