A world class designer. He essentially wins the contest through only one entry. His interpretation of the brief is spot on. Not only that, he also adds his own fresh take on the logo concept that resonates well with the intended audience of our business: young urban hip families. We created a poll for our prospective clients and they overwhelmingly voted for the winning design. In short, expect to get more than you ask for from this amazing designer!
How Matt90036 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
One Page Per Day
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
It's a very simple web typewriter that presents you with a single blank page each day. You are free from the tyranny of the infinite page.
There is no signup, you just log in with your existing google account or twitter username and password. Then you'll see your first blank page in front of you. Go ahead, try it out.
Then what? You get a gentle reminder to do your page each day, then you just sit back and watch your book come together.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our audience skews a bit female. And the average age is teenage through college years, but there are men and women of all ages who use the site.
If you look at our live site (http://www.onepageperday.com) you'll see our first design approach. I think the "New Writer" logo resonated with our users.
I want the logo to seem very inviting and fun and exciting. But in a slightly refined, artsy way.
The inspiration for the new site design (included in the attached illustrator file) is a print magazine... particularly the New Yorker, which has a classic (I'd call it vintage modern) look.
I think the ideal logo would be an illustration with a strong typeface component.
However I am excited to view any of your ideas.
Note: We are not just a typewriter. We also let authors publish their work on our site for others to view.