What We Need
- High-resolution logo delivered in vector (.ai, .svg, .eps) and raster (.png, .jpg, .tiff) file formats for digital and print use.
We have a logo for Phoenixville Area Transition we wish to keep - i.e. font, colors, etc.
It was designed for us and we need it to be crisp and that it allows us to use it for letterhead, business cards, etc. We cannot do that right now.
Help is needed.
What We Have In Place
- We currently have a logo we wish to use, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a contact person with graphic background, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $3,002 , allowing us to do our work within the community.
Our organization is three years young and because we exist to be within and work within the community, we need a presence via our logo. It will be used as we update and redesign our website (we had a website assessment done through Catchafire) and our next project will be the website redesign. Our logo currently does not allow for use in varied formats and this is a problem.
About The Org
Phoenixville Area Transition
We are on a mission to build resilience in the local community by connecting people with each other and with nature.
What We Do
Phoenixville Area Transition (PAT) , 25 miles NW of Philadephia, came to life in 2018, as many people became convinced that the Global Industrial Growth Society based on petroleum is not sustainable and that instead we need to encourage localization and work with, not against, nature. We are on a mission to build resilience in the local community by encouraging interdependence between people and groups and nature.
Our group has operated mostly on the philosophy that Rob Hopkins, the founder of International Transition Towns, articulated: "whoever shows up are the right people". We have done a lot of "going where the energy takes us", as long as a project seemed to fit the mission. We gradually formed our current operating system of a Core group made up of representatives from various "Working Groups." Our Core group has seven members: Tara, Megan, Maria, Rodney, Shanlee, Sally, and Jane. We have working groups: Films Working Group, Inner Transition Working Group, Living Landscapes Working Group, Media Working Group, RRR Plastics, and reviving a Food Working Group. We also have a Community Group that meets quarterly and is a larger group of interested and participating individuals from the community.
Partnerships & networking is an important component of a transition community and we focus on engaging the community in all aspects of the work as it is the community that energizes the work.
We have developed a Resiliency Report published monthly that provides information, educational opportunities, links to various environmental activities and events, etc.
We are one of many transition communities engaging with Transition USA which is a not for profit. Phoenixville Area Transition is not a not for profit and much of our work is dependent upon community engagement rather than monetary support - yes, a bit challenging but we are 3 years in with our work.
AMLU provided professional and timely response to the logo enhancement project. She delivered four versions for various uses and included a seal which we did not have initially. Excellent work and a pleasure to work with as she understood what our work in the community entailed.
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