jonathanm6 got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Better Security Software through Simply Beautiful Interfaces
Check out jonathanm6's Logo design contest…
We are a software engineering organization that develops platforms to help larger organization do security in simpler, more intuitive ways. Ziba means beautiful in Persian, so ZibaSec really means "Beautiful Security". A lot of current security software is very complex and not intuitive. So much that a lot of software comes with certification options to prove that you know how to use it. We think organizations should be able to get 'security in a box' without having to read a massive document or become 'certified' in order to reach the end goal of better security. Given the nature of our industry the logo should work well within square boundaries. The logo probably shouldn't be very square itself, but it should 'fit' in square dimensions in order to facilitate letter heads, sponsoring placements, etc. Shields and keyholes are overused. I do like the idea of intersecting the idea of beauty with some symbolism/feeling of security. I think there are things that exist in nature (not man-made) that represent security (either in an offensive or defensive sense) that might be interesting to play with. For example, bees find security in their hives, bears in their caves, fish in reefs, birds in nests, bison with their horns and numbers, etc. Please do not take this to mean that I only want nature-related symbolism, I'd simply like to see more creativity outside of flowers, shields, keyholes, etc. Those three are easy associations to beauty and security. It's possible we do pick a flower/shield/keyhole inspired concept, so again do not discard that entirely. An update regarding font/typography. The company name is ZibaSec and we do need the Z and S to be capitalized or at least visually larger that the other letters. Secondly, we do care about accessibility with regard to color choices and the ability for the logo to contrast well in dark and white backgrounds. There shouldn't be any sort of bleeding feel when placing the logo on a black or white background. The exception to this would be the text where simply inverting the color would suffice (ie black text for white backgrounds and white text for black backgrounds). The following color combos should be avoided. green/red green/brown blue/purple green/blue light green/yellow blue/grey green/grey green/black
Other color requirements
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
jonathanm6 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Ich finde die JPG sehr grob. Ich hätte mir gewünscht, dass hier auch hochqualitative Dateien wie EPS etc. mit dabei sind. Auch 3-D-Animaltionen. Wo finde ich den Styleguide, der noch gar nicht besprochen wurde?
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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