Labeled as REQ-LOGO in Design Contests started by Nametree, Apr 20, 2019.
Thanks for the submission. Looks nice, but this one feels tailored to a younger audience, which isn't quite what I'm hoping for. (Also, the Y reads as a 4.)
Target audience: Professionals 25 and over, who use storytelling in business and personal branding.
Hi, Count me in! i will sumbit my design as soon as possible!
I don't love this concept, not a fan of the bullseye "O", let's try something else. For your other submission, same thoughts, but I really dislike vertically narrow fonts.
This is interesting... It definitely grabs my attention and I can see how it makes you think of perspective, structure - but it also screams "look at me" which I'm not sure I want.
I'm also inclined to read SOY when I look at it, and then notice the T and R.
Thanks for the submission but this is far from the aesthetic direction I'm looking for. Reads more like 5 ORY than story.
While I do like logos with negative space, that negative space has to add up to something, mean something. In the Blade logo I shared in my first post, the negative space in the A is a knife. In the Fedex logo the negative space forms an arrow.
This is the nicest option so far, thanks for the submission.
Like the font, weight and spacing, it feels like it has a concept. It's friendly, yet professional.
What I'm not so sure about is the middle eye, for two reasons:
- it leads me to think about surveillance, which is a negative;
- it makes me think the product has something to do with video, which it doesn't directly.
I would love to see another concept or two from you, I like your style @Dominium.
Also, unrelated - but I really dig your avatar design and color choice!
Here's another prompt to help:
I would love to see a concept that incorporates the idea of a puzzle.
Inspirations here, and here.
As far as color direction, I'd like to see some jewel tones (if submitting a color logo please also submit a black on white sample to see how it compares.)
Thanks for another submission, but I'm not feeling the tie as a symbol.
Hi, here are a few drafts with building blocks, if you feel that this is a concept that you are interested in we can explore with different colors, textures, etc
I really love this, but I'm afraid it feels targeted to an audience younger than I'm looking for.
@Dominium Can we try another icon inside the O, or a few options?
Not the right direction at all, feels targeted to an 8-bit nerdy video game audience unfortunately...
Thanks - don't love the font or concept, feels techie/video-gamey.
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