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GiveYourWay Web Badges

GiveYourWay Web Badges

This set of logos and icons is an example of branding I helped to establish. Many companies and organizations neglect the opportunity to create consistency from the very beginning, and instead use fly-by-night emotions on individual projects and pieces. Designing smaller projects that look great standalone, but can get very lost in the hustle and bustle of on-going communication.

There are at least two things you need to decide while forming your organizations: fonts, and colors. Choose them, love them. Save them, and stick with them.

GiveYourWay originally came to me needing a logo. After finalizing a logo (left side of this image), the remaining images (right side of the image) were created to be used as web badges to drive more traffic to the GiveYourWay online charity directory – which is actually a really cool idea.

If you’re interested in creating something similar, message us. If you’re interested in an online charitable directory, visit http://www.giveyourway.org to sign up for updates about how you can help your local, surrounding, and global communities.

Mary Scheske Wharmby
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