In 2015, I designed what I thought was a quick, but important logo for a fledgling program under AIDS Resource Center Ohio. It was to represent a syringe access program that Columbus has not had before.
Design constraints: less than 2hrs to create “a quick logo for a presentation”; don’t use any images of needles (!)
It happens a lot, designing a thing without having all the info, feeling it’s importance, and going forward on faith that you have made something that can flex and grow in the future.
I have witnessed the importance of the work and have grown with it, crafting a color palette that is complimentary to our main brand, Equitas Health. Today, they have a stand alone center in an area most affected in the community. When I stop by, the staff there are family, opening a home to many who don’t have one for themselves. I stop in to remind myself why I became and stayed a designer.
rack card, business card, signage, wordpress website and server maintenance (site built by Jenny Bell!), status reports, powerpoint graphics, digital slides, and social media graphics
Joel Diaz, Lisa McLymont, Tony Pellerite, Jenny Bell, Alyssa Chenault, Patrick Butler, Liz Rose-Cohen, Kevin Terry Smith, Laura Mesones