Logo Design & Branding

Creating a logo is all part of distilling your organization’s public identity and message, and reflecting that branding across your print materials, website, audio-visual offerings and physical office space helps tie it all together. nigelparry.net has designed logos and coordinated visual identity across electronic and print publications for non-profits, newspapers, festivals, and gallery openings.

Changing Attitude is a dynamic organization within the Anglican Church that works for the full inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in the life of the Anglican Communion. nigelparry.net developed the logo, which utilizes a rainbow/Holy Fire motif paired with the organization name in a modern typeface.

The Institute for Middle East Understanding (IMEU) is a media services organization that offers journalists and editors quick access to information about Palestine and the Palestinians, as well as expert sources — both in the U.S. and in the Middle East. The logo is simple and straightforward, with strong and professional blue and green elements.

The original Electronic Intifada website, launched in 2001, was a media monitoring organization. The font used in the original logo and subsequent iterations, Vintage Typewriter, communicated an older professional ethic, harking back to the era before the present-day international media whose editorial power is consolidated among a handful of billionaires. Right (from top to bottom): The original EI logo, the revised EI logo as part of a website header, and a stand-alone version of the circle logo.

Electronic Iraq was a spin-off alternative news project from the Electronic Intifada team, together with Voices in the Wilderness. The site saw one million visits in one month, as we published unembedded reporting from on the ground in Baghdad during “Shock & Awe”, via a satellite data modem.

nigelparry.net consultant Ken Harper designed this logo for the American Association for Palestinian Equal Rights. As AAPER is “America’s Pro-Palestine, Pro-Peace Lobby”, the logo juxtaposes elements from the American and Palestinian flags and the eagle, a symbol of America. The star that forms the eagle’s eye is a recognizable motif from the American flag. As with AAPER, the logo seeks to emphasize a clear message that human rights are an important component of US-foreign relations.