The Buford-Trenton Irrigation District (BTID) is a co-op run by a board of landowners in northwest North Dakota. Ken, the manager of BTID, was referred to me by his daughter, Karissa, who I worked with on the Williston Downtowners Association brand package and website. Ken was looking to create a logo for their organization so they could have an official mark to put on business cards and other important documents.
We started with the strong concept of including water and agriculture to portray BTID. We wanted to make sure that their logo would truly represent who they are and what they do.
Ken loved Concept 1 with the leaf, but also really liked how the text was included around the circle of Concept 2. For the second round of design we tried a combination of the two and began to play around with color, keeping to colors that are fresh and can be found in nature.
We tweaked the color a bit more and started to develop some stationery and business cards for Ken to use in the office. The incorporation of more gold with the fresh green gives the brand a friendly look and calls to mind the golden fields of wheat that are so common to that area.
"I came to Six Leaf Design for a logo and letterhead design because she has ties to our area and made a very good first impression during our consultation. I was delighted with the level of service I received and am very likely to refer Six Leaf Design in the future. We are very happy with our results and the support she provided!"
- Ken Kjos, BTID Manager