infoverload got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Create an engaging logo for healthy/organic grocery delivery service
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Delivering Good Stuff
Food & Drink
Blue Sky Green Fields is an organic/all natural grocery service for companies and their employees. We partner with employers to enable their employees to order fresh/organic/all-natural foods online and have them delivered directly to the workplace. Blue Sky Green Fields target audiences are employers and employees - as fresh, nourishing foods create healthier people who are more productive at work. Companies sign up for the service, then employees sign up online to become Blue Sky Green Fields members. Once members, they order fresh, healthy food on our website and it is delivered directly to the workplace. We need the brand that's able to move employers to participate and inspire employees to sign up. We need a brand that makes people want to embrace healthy eating as a way of life.
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FOR FINAL ROUND: Thanks everyone for your work to date. We're very happy with what we've seen so far. In discussing with the client, they have some pretty specific direction for us. Everyone has done a great job with creating "greenery" and "twine" graphics to go with the "more modern" font for the Blue Sky Green Fields name. Now what we need to do is expand a little more and play with color a little bit. Please note we do not want to remove the designs done so far. Just add. Generally, the client wants to incorporate a complimentary green into the navy blue that we're using. Specifically, they want us to try making the text (Blue Sky Green Fields) a deep, forest green. Not a light green or pastel. Rather a green that works perfectly with the navy blue. They want to keep the graphic ("greenery" and "twine") as the blue we've been using. The client would like to see if we can expand on the types of fonts (again see examples I attached) and "rustic" graphics. We nailed the greenery and twine. Now we have to explore other ideas. Off the top of my head, potentially adding a bit of detail to the twine (more rope-like details. Another thought I had was maybe placing the text on a wood circle (like a cross section when a tree's been cut). See the attachment for inspiration. It should be illustrative, not photographic. Just an idea. Any other ideas are welcome. Again, please tweak existing designs - but don't lose what we've already shown. As we move forward I'll contact each of you directly. I have a bunch of projects coming and I like this group a lot! PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS.
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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.
infoverload collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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