I was thrilled to work with Show Hope on their recent re-branding project. The team at Show Hope came to me hoping to give their old logo and dark website a new life, one that displays the fullness of life and hope that their organization gives to so many around the world.
Our first task was the re-branding of their logo. The old logo didn’t have enough weight to it, and the typefaces were tired and dated, but the tree was meaningful to them so our goal was the keep the tree as a main part of the logo while giving the logo a completely new feel. From their we created a new color palette, one that gives the sense of hope and growth that mark this organization — navy blue and yellow now serve as the anchor colors with shades of light blue, green and brown round out the palette. From there we began designing a new website and print pieces just in time for their 10th Anniversary celebration.
To view more of my design work for Show Hope, visit the branding section of my portfolio. Show Hope is a truly wonderful organization that helps orphans in need by offering adoption grants to families, giving life-changing medical help to children and providing safe and loving orphanages for children waiting for their forever families. To learn mode about Show Hope, check out their website.