Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities Maine wanted a contemporary logo that would distinguish them from the national organization as well as other social service agencies. The new logo represents the helping hand CCM offers to those in need, the caring staff and volunteers, and the generosity of spirit shown by their thousands of donors, year after year.
Digital Research, Inc.When Digital Research, Inc. launched a new service—online community research panels—it wanted to present a fresh, forward-thinking brand and chose a name that, just like the communities it creates, would get people talking. "Waggle" as the service is affectionately called gave Burgess a great jumping off point for creating a logo just as fun and memorable as its name.
MaineHousingMaineHousing turned to Burgess for an eye-catching logo to distinguish their "Gift of Green" grant/home energy audit program for first-time home buyers.
Memorial HospitalThis North Conway, NH hospital engaged Burgess to help align numerous distinct brands—including the hospital and three physician practices that had operated under separate identities—under one unified umbrella. A brand audit revealed significant equity in the existing hospital logo, featuring the lone pine tree. Burgess updated the graphic and colors to a more contemporary look, and created a brand hierarchy to help convey the breadth of services Memorial offers.
MercyTo celebrate the grand opening of its Fore River Campus and growing physician practices, Mercy looked to Burgess to update its logo for the 21st century with a design that would unite all members of the Mercy "family" in a contemporary yet caring way. By introducing a new font, a refreshed color palette and design elements that ensure Mercy practices make their mark, the new look is decidedly modern while definitively Mercy.
YMCAThe Cumberland County YMCA turned to Burgess for help designing an eye-catching logo for their signature event, the Peaks to Portland 2.4 mile swim, which they had renamed in honor of a long-time supporter and board chair, Cyrus Hagge.