Winner
Entry #337 - Logo design - by adem
By adem

HJP Communications (or part of it) picked a winning design in their logo design contest

For just $499, they received 319 designs from 58 designers.

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HJP Communications

$499

Silver Logo design package

Purchased for $499

(including 99designs fees)

By HJP Communications
  • Last feedback - Tue, 09 Oct 2012 22:49:50 +0000
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  • Qualifying
  • The contest was open to all designers

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  • Selected finalists
  • The contest holder selected 6 finalists

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  • Final round
  • Finalists continued to submit designs

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  • Selected a winner
  • The contest holder awarded a winner

completed

Congratulations to the winner, adem!

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Design brief

Organization name

HJP Communications (or part of it)

Description of business

Editing and writing expertise to improve communications for small businesses and individuals.

Organization industry

Communications

Description

None specified

Further requirements

Currently my editing and writing projects are nonfiction business, business proposal creation, client corporate reporting, website content editing and resumes, and I work with small businesses and individuals. In the future I'd like to expand and work with authors including editing fiction (mysteries), nonfiction (biographies), publishing a children's book, photography submissions for art fairs/calendars, etc. So, I'd like a logo that is timeless--as the brand evolves and grows it remains relative to the brand (avoiding the trendy). My website is http://www.hjpcommunications.com. (Note: Don't worry about current colors on my website. Those can always be updated/changed.)

A few other tips:

* Clean-looking & easy-to-read
* The image looks good in black and white as well as the color version
* Must be scalable
* Professional
* Approachable / not too harsh or off-putting
* Prefer round edges over sharp edges

* The HJP needs to be decipherable (and not look like HP or hip)
* Would like to avoid using yellow or dark brown (tan is fine)
* Represents brand well
* The current need is to update my business cards. However, I'd like
the logo to transfer well to letterhead, postcards and the web too.

Thank you!

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