Centered. We like this because it’s meaning can go multiple directions. Being centered on Christ. Being in Centerville. Being spiritually centered. You can also do some interesting things with this in a logo. A lot is on the line. This sounds a little too intimidating to use publically, but it defines your location as well as showcases what ARBC does matters. For all people. Diversity is one of the core attributes of the church and we wanted to communicate this in one of our tagline options.
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ARBC provides Christian ministry, teaching, and service opportunities to a diverse community, in a friendly environment with a fresh voice, helping them feel valued and be deeply connected with God, themselves, and others. What makes ARBC unique is its geographical location.
ARBC is positioned on the dividing line between Gwinnett County and Dekalb County, with the two counties varying widely in age, ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic demographics. Being on the county line draws a very diverse community of people into the congregation of ARBC. We like to say that there is “a lot on the line!”
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Otros requisitos relativos al color
Our primary color is #294053 and our secondary color is #D8E2EB.
We would like to have #FFA100 used as a highlight/accent color (please do not over-utilize this color).
We also have a fourth (alternate) color that we don’t mind being in the color palette, but don’t feel obligated to use it: #B9996A.
Para hacernos una idea de lo que representa tu marca, dinos qué estilos te gustan
Diseño de inspiración
I like how the icon and the name can be separated and each can "stand on it's own". Use of the orange accent color is excellent.
I like how the icon and the name can be separated and each can "stand on it's own". Use of the yellow accent color is excellent.
Not a fan of the fractal style, but like the boldness of the logo
Love the simplicity
This logo is probably too simple for us, but I do like how the icon and text can be separated and stand on their own.
We want the logo/text to be able to be separated (like the majority of the logos we selected in the above step. We don't want to use any of the traditional "church logos" unless done in a unique way (ie. cross, globe, dove, Bible, etc).