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- Natalia FaLon
Our final design was exactly what we were after. The designers were professional, gave us great ideas to work with, were prompt in their reply and followed direction well.
The only thing that could be improved is the interaction between designers via the website. Each day we received around 100 designs and the designers would ask for feedback on their new design. But when we clicked on it, we couldn't see their previous work to compare with, instead we would have to scroll through all the designs to find it before we could compare and comment. Then we would have to do this for each new message. If there was a way to connect the designers new work with all the things they previously posted for efficient reference, that would be great.
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How vjay.mittal started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Multisite Assessment for Psychosis-Risk (MAP) Study
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a psychology research multi-site study, with three locations (one in Baltimore, one in Chicago, and one in Philadelphia). We are hoping to interview thousands of teens and young adults, in an effort to develop a psychosis risk questionairre that helps promote early identification in the general community. We are hoping the logo will help attract youth, put parents at ease, and look great.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
One idea is to have 3 colors on a US map, purple to represent Northwestern/Chicago, Cherry to represent Temple/Philly, and black/gold to represent Baltimore/UMBC) . This is just an idea though as well- we welcome all creative attractive designs.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Update August 14; we have extended the competition to encourage more designers to join, and also blinded it (we were getting some great designs that were interpretations of maps but they were all looking similar). We would love to see concepts that do not directly refer to maps, but stress the collaborative nature of a study that has 3 sites, and is designed to answer questions about the mind. Some ideas that represent psychosis? Like something fragmented? The goal of the study is to map the mind, and so we would like to illustrate that. Thanks again
UPDATE- we are loving the google pin inspired designs, but a few designers are already leading with some well developed products. While we welcome any other google pins (if you think you can improve on what is there already), we would really like to see some other out of the box/abstract designs that use elements of connecting the 3 sites and maps etc.
Its ok to use the acronym MAP or MAPS and write the title below. We would like to see iterations that have the whole title written out prominently, and versions with just MAP or MAPS, and versions with both (one on top and one below). It would be great if the logo incorporates a map of some sort or a globe or something related to reading a map or electronic maps (e.g., google marker etc). We would like to see iterations that incorporate the three cities (Chicago, Baltimore, and Philadelphia) but this is not 100% necessary (we will prioritize the best looking logo). The actual Universities are Northwestern (Chicago), Temple (Philadelphia) and University of Maryland Baltimore County. Its Ok to try iterations that include those names instead of the cities (whatever looks best). The map should either be the globe or US. I uploaded my two existing logos (ADAPT and Chicago Early Intervention Network) so you can see my aesthetic, and also uploaded logos with styles I like.