To all proposers, thank you. This is a live project, but I have just purchased a new location and have been moving, which has prevented me from carefully reviewing all the proposals. I expect to get back to this and hire someone next week, Jan 2 through 6, 2018. Thank you for your patience.
The project is described in an attached Microsoft Word file that includes both text and graphics. The text portion of the file is quoted also here.
LutheranCatechism.com has a set of logos and icons. We are satisfied with them in many respects, but desire some improvements.
The Small Catechism has Six Chief Parts, so there is an image associated with each of the parts.
[in the Word file, the set is portrayed graphically here]
We are satisfied, for example, with the imagery – the visual metaphors – (and in fact, they are nearly the only images that could be appropriate because, for example, Confession also is called The Office of the Keys, so a pair of keys is used to symbolize it), but we desire them not to be as softened as they are. We would like them to be more sharp or focused.
For example, the First Chief Part of the Catechism is the Ten Commandments. The image in the current set is of an open Bible with a cross at the top, and the Roman numerals one through three, I-III, which represent the First Table of the Law, the First through the Third Commandments on the left page, and the Roman numerals four through ten, IV-X, which represent the Second Table of the Law, the Fourth through the Tenth Commandments, on the right page. That imagery is good, but in the current set, it is portrayed too softened.
The letters in the words “Lutheran Catechism” and “PROMOTING USE OF LUTHER’S CATECHISMS” also are softened or fuzzy. We desire them to be more sharp or focused.
An additional problem is that the images we have do not resize well. They lose quality when resized.
To recapitulate, the project has the following specifications:
• Six icons, one for each of the Six Chief Parts of the Luther’s Small Catechism, using the same imagery as in our current set, but sharpened or focused better.
• Three composite logos as illustrated above, one in color, one in black, and one with maroon-colored letters in “Lutheran Catechism”
• Sharpening or focusing of all letters
• Ability to resize the images well.
I am looking for a mix of experience and value
Final Output:Web, Print
One-time Project:Project: Design - Graphic Design - Other