New logo wanted for CorkCount.com

$499

Logo design contest

Silver package purchased for $499

(including 99designs fees)

by Patrick Greene

Contest started Thu, 17 May 2012 12:37:47 +0000

Last feedback Tue, 29 May 2012 14:05:54 +0000

33% of designs have feedback

Client has no refunds

1. Qualifying round
Designers enter their initial design concepts for feedback and direction.
2. Select finalists
The client picks up to six designers to continue working with.
3. Final round
Remaining designers enter revised and refined designs.
4. Select winner
The client picks a winning design.
4. Select winner
1. Qualifying round

Designers enter their initial design concepts for feedback and direction.

2. Select finalists

The client picks up to six designers to continue working with.

3. Final round

Remaining designers enter revised and refined designs.

4. Select winner

The client picks a winning design.

This contest has finished. Congratulations to the winning designer Gideon6k3 !

Contest title

Title

New logo wanted for CorkCount.com

Subtitle

A site for wine lovers to submit reviews and find wines that other wine lovers like

Background information

Name to incorporate in the logo

CorkCount.com

Description of the organization and its target audience

A site for wine lovers to submit reviews and find wines that other wine lovers like.

Visual style

Preferred logo types

  • Letters/initials from your business name are used to create a logo.

  • Organization name enveloped by a pictorial element or shape.

Values to communicate

Feminine
Masculine
Young
Mature
Luxury
Economical
Modern
Classic
Playful
Serious
Loud
Quiet
Simple
Complex
Subtle
Obvious

Color preferences

Greens, yellows, lighter shades

Other

Notes

We want the logo to use some form of the cork image along with some way of indicating "count" or "tally"

Deliverables

Required design files

  • Layered vectors in EPS & PDF
  • Screen quality JPEG & PNGs

Note:

  • Text in logos should be converted to outlines.
  • For licensing reasons, it is better to provide your client with information on how to acquire the font rather than providing actual files