This designer far exceeded our expectations, was willing to make changes for us at every step of the process, and we will definitely look to work with him again in the future!!!
- Transformed Design Inc.
Did a great job...again!
great and fast delivery
- Djo Creative™
I loved the design, I think it came out better than I expected.
Excellent work with prompt edits. 5 stars!
He did a great job on my design . Really professional i will recommend it to other people thank You.
How ntrauernicht started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Oklahoma State University - Chief Fire Officers
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is for an affinity chapter of the Oklahoma State University Alumni Association specific to alum who are now Fire Chiefs around the world (hence: Chief Fire Officers, is the Chapter identifier). We raise money to give scholarships to students attending OSU in fire & safety related majors. We also sponsor mentorship programs to help those who aspire to be leaders in the field achieve those goals.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Designers may want to use the colors adopted by OSU in their online style guide, but it is not required.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Simple design with a great concept of mixing the shadow of the bird with film references.
Cool concept that straddles the literal idea of building conservation with subtle inter-mixed abstract design elements.
A simple design with clean lines and recognizable design.
Great b&w with attractive typeface.
Good mix combining multiple design elements without it looking too busy.
Simple, subtle, modern.
Love the mix of concepts and excellent symbolism in both the dream and lab concept.
Simple, clean, beautiful.
Great vintage look, simple design.
We'd like a simple design that integrates a symbol of Oklahoma State University and the fire service. The symbols can be literal or represented by colors (OKState uses the nations "brightest orange") or shapes. Clean lines that allow for a variety of applications from embroidery and screen printing to digital use is important. We encourage designers to research symbols of the fire service, fire chiefs, and of course iconic OSU illustrations to draw inspiration.