This Farmington River Hawks logo represents a community-based effort where logos were submitted and voted on by the student body. I worked with Farmington High School to refine the selected logos and make them part of a cohesive package that worked together under a unifying brand. The Town of Farmington has embraced the logo change and has enthusiastically applied it around campus and in their merchandise.
We are very proud to have the logo we designed for Kennedy Catholic to be imprinted on their brand new gym floor!
Earlier this year we went contacted by The College of Notre Dame of Maryland to help them transition to their new standing as a University. The name of the school changed to “Notre Dame of Maryland University”. In partnership with the new name the school was looking to make some adjustments to their athletic mark as well. Sadly after weeks if working with the school and having some good success, the project was tabled in favor of something more in line with what they were currently using. However, we are very proud of the project contribution from our end so I wanted to post this as an example of the kind of work we can do.
Introducing the all new Louisiana College Wildcats logo for the 2011 season! The concept behind the logo was very simple; create an identity and brand for the athletic department to distinguish itself from all other programs in the American Southwest Conference.
Walk Design was selected by Jackrabbit Design to help create a logo for Jordan’s Furniture in Boston. The logo is called “The Big Check” and it is for a promotion with the Boston Bruins that if anyone buys furniture from their store throughout the season and the Bruins win the Stanley Cup again, they get there furniture for free! It’s a really exciting promotion and we were honored to be apart of it. Living in the New England and having access to the Bruins it has been great to see how much publicity the campaign and logo has received so far. They even had a complete takeover of the Boston.com homepage to kickstart the campaign! Another great part of the campaign was wrapping a Zamboni (the popular ice resurfacer) with the logo and having it on the ice at the Boston Garden.
It was a really great milestone for Walk design today as Kennedy Catholic High School installed it’s new Field Turf field today with the logo we designed for them permanently fixed to the center of it. It is the first time one of our logos have been permanently attached to a building or a field like this so we are really excited.
We went retro here at Walk Design for a fun character driven logo for Gunner Technology. In their own words, Gunner Technology “Manage Internet operations in web development, SEO and Social Media marketing to maximize ROI.”
Recently our logos have become more Illustration driven, and it has been a breath of fresh air. In this case we were asked for a retro robot concept and we believe we came up with something that hit the request right on the head.
Let us know what you think!
The Jake Peavy Foundation which is a charity created by Chicago White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy chose Walk Design for their new logo identity. The final concept has been accepted and approved. The idea was to do something simple and clean so that it could be appropriate for various charity uses but also have a fun baseball theme. Jake himself was very happy with the final product and so were we. Take a look at it and let us know what you think!
LogoPond.com which is widely know in the logo industry as being THE home of logo designers on the internet has selected Walk Design as it’s “Featured Showcase” designer. It is truly a honor to occupy this position. We have used Logo Pond for years as our inspiration for logos and it is one of our favorite sites hands down! To be in this position really feels great and we can’t thank them enough for the honor!