WHDF Logos

by | Sep 17, 2020

Here are the 5 designs to be considered with variations below. 

Please click on an image to view it larger. We will need to decide on three elements: Design, Font, and Color (1-3 Colors may be chosen.)

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1. This logo design symbolizes diverse members coming together in a ‘handshake’. The font here is Montserrat Thin in all CAPS with an extra space. 

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3. Here, the emblem also represents the blooming of good things and the fruitful community that comes together to make the good happen. The font here is Cormorant SC.

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5. This design also communicates collaboration between our diverse members. Different parts come together to create something greater. The font displayed here is Martel Sans in all CAPS with an extra space.

Here are the logos that the Logo Committee has been developing. We decided on an overall shape and layout, and narrowed down to our favorite colors and fonts, and then created these. Please click on one to view it larger. We were originally only going to show the first three designs, but then decided to include a couple more ideas and examples that might be of interest. Scroll down to see those. We are open to all ideas, suggestions, and feedback as we finalize the logo for WHDF. The winning font and color scheme will be applied as branding elements for the website, letter headings, etc. Please contact the Logo Committee if you have suggestions and/or questions, or feel free to scroll to the bottom of this page and leave a comment right here!

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2. This design incorporates sunburst and radial elements that communicate growth, and planting seeds that bloom and nourish communities. The font seen here is Oranienbaum. 

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4. This logo is indicative of a structure being built or a solid foundation being laid. A strong legacy of giving is what we are building as a team. The font here is Montserrat. 

WHDF Logos

by | Sep 17, 2020

Here are the 5 designs to be considered with variations below. 

Here are the logos that the Logo Committee has been developing. We decided on an overall shape and layout, and narrowed down to our favorite colors and fonts, and then created these. Please click on one to view it larger. We were originally only going to show the first three designs, but then decided to include a couple more ideas and examples that might be of interest. Scroll down to see those. We are open to all ideas, suggestions, and feedback as we finalize the logo for WHDF. The winning font and color scheme will be applied as branding elements for the website, letter headings, etc. Please contact the Logo Committee if you have suggestions and/or questions, or feel free to scroll to the bottom of this page and leave a comment right here!

Please click on an image to view it larger. We will need to decide on three elements: Design, Font, and Color (1-3 Colors may be chosen.)

1.

1. This logo design symbolizes diverse members coming together in a ‘handshake’. The font here is Montserrat Thin in all CAPS with an  extra space. 

2.

2. This design incorporates sunburst and radial elements that communicate growth, and planting seeds that bloom and nourish communities. The font seen here is Oranienbaum. 

3.

3. Here, the emblem also represents the blooming of good things and the fruitful community that comes together to make the good happen. The font here is Cormorant SC.

4.

4. This logo is indicative of a structure being built or a solid foundation being laid. A strong legacy of giving is what we are building as a team. The font here is Montserrat. 

5.

5. This design also communicates collaboration between our diverse members. Different parts come together to create something greater. The font displayed here is Martel Sans in all CAPS with an extra space.

Our favorite fonts.

Some color options

Example 1

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Example 2

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Example 3

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Example 4

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Example 5

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Example 6

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Example 7

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A couple more variations just for fun.

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