99designs community challenge: re-design eBay's lame new logo!

$429

Logo design contest

Custom package purchased for $429

(including 99designs fees)

Alexander99

Contest started Tue, 02 Oct 2012 21:40:12 +0000

Last feedback Thu, 11 Oct 2012 22:25:20 +0000

1% of designs have feedback

Client has no refunds

This contest has finished. Congratulations to the winning designer *Senandung Melodi !

Contest title

Title

99designs community challenge: re-design eBay's lame new logo!

Subtitle

eBay is an online auction site/marketplace. This is a 99designs community contest

Background information

Name to incorporate in the logo

eBay

Description of the organization and its target audience

Online auction site/marketplace

Visual style

Color preferences

Any

Values to communicate

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

Sample logos

Other

Notes

*Note: this contest is being run by 99designs for fun only! (but the prize is real)*

eBay, the most prominent online auction site since 1995, recently redesigned their funky, quirky web 1.0 logo.

In the company's words, "We’re pleased to introduce our refreshed logo. It reflects who we are today — a global online marketplace that offers a cleaner, more contemporary and consistent experience.”

We, on the other hand, are sad to see the old one go. True, it needed an update, but its replacement could hardly have less personality.

Coming at the heels of Microsoft's lame redesign, we have to ask: is "boring" in style?

Well, we just don't abide that. We know you can do better, so we invite you to submit an eBay re-design of your own — have at it!

For more inspiration, see our blog post on the subject:

http://99designs.com/designer-blog/

Let the community contest begin!

*note: since this contest is just for fun, we won't be providing detailed feedback beyond star ratings. You have total freedom in submitting your proposals and the cleverest will be recognized!

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