tucker.lw got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Create a colourful, vibrant logo for "MyAmla" superfoods! Winner needed for flow-on design work.
Check out tucker.lw's Logo design contest…
Indian Superberry Powder (Ideal if slogan can also be removed when required)
Food & Drink
1. How would you describe your services and/or products? We sell a line of herbal supplements specifically tailored around the Indian superfood Amla. 2. What are the long term goals of your company? To be the premiere online supplier of Amla powder in the southern hemisphere, with our brand name associated immediately with amla in the same way people think “Kleenex” instead of tissues. 3. Why do you want a new logo? What do you want your new logo to accomplish? We don’t have one yet. We want a logo that is clean, modern and simple – however also somehow including a touch of India/hindi/spirituality or something to help add that “spice” of traditional authenticity to reinforce the Indian superfood. Our competitor KenkoTea do this somewhat with a Japanese-themed font choice and tasteful cartoon mascot – Conveying both moderninity with a traditional authenticity. 4. Who are your main competitors? http://www.kenkotea.com.au/ http://www.zrii.com/ Health food stores (online/offline) 5. How are you different from your competitors? In Australia there is very little in the way of specialist amla vendors. Kenko Tea offer a similar service with a similar themed product (green tea extract), Zrii are a USA-based company that offers an amalaki (same as amla) drink and health food stores offer amla as one part of a suite of products. We want to modernise the product, specialise and absolutely own the space – much like Kenko Tea do with their product – so that when people look for a supplier online, we are a professional, trusted, dedicated and obvious choice to make in order to purchase from. 6. What’s the age range of your target customer base? health conscious, women, 25-45, ayurvedic, spiritual, eastern. The sort of audience who appreciates health, takes steps to maintain themselves and is open-minded enough to consider alternative medicines.
Logo types to explore
I have attached a few examples of the type of "colour explosion" mentioned above that we like. This colour explosion look, either next-to or over the top of the MyAmla text has quite a lot of appeal to us. I have also attached a photo of what amla powder looks like, and how it is typically packaged, with (rough) examples of how we will package them. Packaging design is something we'll likely contact the winning logo designer to do next (as well as website imagery, as we are waiting to choose the logo before finishing the sites fina; "look"). We are very partial to the Kenko Tea mascot. He is distinctly Japanese styled and suits the look of the site. Thus, if a mascot style logo is made, we'd prefer something with an indian leaning, which will also appeal to health conscious women in their 20's, 30's and 40's. We would prefer that you don't use any elephants on the logo design. We are really open to any logo style design, and are hoping one of the designs will suit our product act company so much that we can use it to flow on with the rest of the site design. One of our chief concerns is getting the message across about that our product actually is. Our customers will not have heard of the amla fruit. Therefore, we will be showing it on our main banner. However, the form we will be selling it in is as a powder. Ideally, the design of our logo and website will help alleviate the majority of any possible confusion. Colourful dual impact or negative space logos would also be welcome. Flat style would also work with our product. Finally, I have attached an image of the fruit (screengrab of an older build of our website) to show you what it looks like before it is dried and turned to powder.
A$299 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at €269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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.
tucker.lw collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
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And then… they selected a winner!
6/5 easy! We HIGHLY RECOMMEND June~July, simply a phenomenal designer in every way! Super professional and responsive. Made changes promptly and accurately. Provided useful recommendations and insight thought-out the design process. We couldn't be more happy with how the design process went and with our final design! :)
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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