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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
1. charity (donations)
2. democracy (voting)
3. the power of the people (crowdfunding)
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
given how "wordy" the name Charitocracy is, it would be nice to have an image-only treatment that matches a text-based logo, but I don't see a way to avoid a logo that incorporates the text in some way, either with the text being the logo, or blending text+image.
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My initial brainstorm was to have a crowd of raised hands (as in a show of hands voting) with a heart in/on or emitting from each hand. My trademark search only revealed one potentially confusing logo, any similarity to which should be avoided:
Since Charitocracy is a longish word, a more horizontal crowd of hands, all with hearts, might work nicely. Or forget the hands and the hearts entirely! I'm not attached. That's just the direction I was heading in myself before I discovered crowdSPRING.
I'll also say that I'm partial to bold lines a la Keith Haring. Not a requirement at all, just something I'll mention if it happens to play nicely into a design.
The design will need to lend itself to monochrome usage, though it would be nice if it were easily adaptable to multi-color usage, too.
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