In business & private life, keeping a #SafeDistance is one of the most important contributions many can easily make to society nowadays.
The idea came from static logos of big brands that are popping up all over the internet. We decided that, even if we’re not an internationally recognized brand, we could do the same and better; so we designed a version of our logo with separated elements, only, dynamically illustrated. The parts move away from each other, but stay in proximity. This emphasizes the action that people should take in these times of coronavirus pandemic. No need to complete avoidance if you have to go out and leave the safe shelter of home, but keep 6ft at least of safe distance, where possible.
It’s a very simple exercise of graphics within our brand signals, but it wants to add a little contribution as we could in these crazy times, to the socially relevant message to stay apart and help stop the outbreak.
We invite and encourage every business with a logo or other visual elements of their business brand, to do the same and raise awareness.
It’s a global challenge, we should all try to contribute!
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Sounds very much like US, when we sell a home on RENT TO OWN!
It’s a much faster market than the conventional market where realtors and FSBOs typically operate and where things seem to happen when they happen, just jogging along hoping (sometimes praying) that things move…
We offer our properties to extremely motivated buyers who WANT to move FAST and who are in competition with each other. The house is probably the only one that works for them.
That’s why we can pick the most deserving buyers and it’s just unfortunate that many times we have to leave out very worthy families from buying because we can only sell one home at a time…
It’s a very energetic market, highly exciting and rewarding at a personal level, especially when you look at how we can QUICKLY get a seller unstuck and a Buyer in a home they can call their own instead of renting forever and/or wasting so much in a property that will probably never be the one where their kids are raised to when they leave for college or on their own way…