SloveT did a great job for us, submitting a whole collection of creative designs, several of which ended up in our final review, despite very stiff competition from many excellent designers. SloveT's also worked tirelessly to make the modifications we requested. Even after the contest was over and the files had all been delivered, we needed an additional modification that SloveT executed for us immediately. Great designer! Great work ethic! Great person to work with!
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Gideon6k3 did such an amazing job, super creative, amazing talent, and was great right through to the final changes. All files were uploaded and he even followed up with me with an additional file 4 months later! I will be using him again for sure!
ManuRocks was great to work with; he was quick with his responses and changes that I'd requested. He was really the only designer that engaged in conversation with me about what I needed. I'll be asking him to do more work for us.
First of all, Hats off to 99 Designs for such a great job. This one week was really exciting for me. Freemerri in particular did a great job and worked along with me to come up with a design that i had in mind.....Thanks!
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Melbourne Cocoaheads is a group devoted to discussion of Apple Computer’s Cocoa Framework for programming on iOS and OS X. During monthly meetings, members present their projects and offer tutorials on various programming topics. Topics also include design, user experience, indie development, consulting and distribution on the App stores. The Melbourne chapter of Cocoaheads was formed in mid 2007.
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My initial concept is that of a badge. Each Australian Cocoaheads chapter would have their own unique badge, but size, style, shape and colour could have elements which tie them all together as being part of a larger group.
Another alternative is to use the typography to link the groups. The logo doesn’t necessarily need to be an enclosure. It could be an icon or glyph with the words ‘Melbourne Cocoaheads’ underneath. The typeface and layout of the wording could be made consistent with the other chapters, e.g ‘Syndey Cocoaheads’ to link the groups, freeing the logo itself to be quite different between the groups.
I’d like to keep the lines simple and clean, but use of textures and materials should also be considered. The logo itself might make reference to local landmarks like the Art Centre spire in Melbourne or the Opera House in Sydney.