Aris did a great job and came out on top from 290 designers that submitted to my project. Fast turnaround on the AI and eps files as well.
- Kilroy's Workshop
Very good designer, we felt he had took the time to review all the comments and other logos before presenting his work. The design was exactly what we envision. Work well, quickly and very responsive.
Excellent creativity - and responsive to tweaks. It was a pleasure to work with Mantras.
How Auctionful started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Auctionful.com is a hosted ecommerce platform that lets you set up and run your auctions using an easy to use interface. We provide 'bidding widgets' which can embedded on any website. Also, later we'll provide a way of building and running complete auction stores.
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The red hammer logo seen above is what I use today.
Visit auctionful.com to see the existing 1 page product description. I have an existing logo which was taken from istockphoto(attached). I want something more polished. I have not decided on any color schemes, so I'm open to suggestions, but bear in mind that we'll be rebuilding the website soon and we'll try to match it with the logo colors – the website will primarily be white based, the secondary etc colors can be decided by you.
Initially, the purpose of the site will be very focussed:
Easy to use interface to add inventory, enter item auction details and setup payment details. The user can then copy paste a piece of code to embed a piece of code on their website.
The primary target audience of the widget are people running ecommerce stores. The secondary audience is people who list their items on places like Craiglist. Eventually, when we have the self-hosted auction store functionality ready, we will expand our target audience to include bigger businesses.