Discussion in 'Design Contests' started by Leo Angelo, Jul 14, 2017.
The favicon is apparent, too.
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It's sleek. Separating the domain works. The circled star reminds me of Captain America
Speaking of which, a judging criterion will be the more clearly unique the logo, the better.
colours can be changed.
@leewiggins63, this logo should have an international, even global, appeal. Also, the site will use a flat theme with no shadows or borders.
Your entries would do well with my USA.group domain name. But that might be for another contest.
Thanks for the submissions, I appreciate the work.
I don't know why, but I think that the arch above the dome is limiting. Maybe if it were (part of) an Earth globe. Having the arch towards right to make a D, maybe even be the D in Domaincracy, is a good idea.
The stationary presentation is very nice. Thanks
I am very careful to put the flag in it the "D" because i want to make sure it's readable to the viewers. I put an Earth globe also in the "O" as you had mentioned. Also i transferred the arch below the Dome represent an Earth Globe. I am open for any changes. Thank you!
I like that your entries suggest democracy and celebration. The fireworks going in all directions look like a dandelion, which is nice.
In terms of happy and powerful fireworks, I think that @eon's are the best.
To further elaborate on what I look for, one test that I do is: if I take all text away, do I still have a unique, memorable, welcoming, global, and positive logo that eventually evokes Internet address, branding, or related things?
As you probably guessed, the more of these I "see", the better.
Adding . (dot) in front of D icon.
Separate names with a comma.