BOLDstart Capital Logo Design Contest

BOLDstart Capital has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 89 designs from 23 different designers from around the world.
Contest

Designs by Amalia

#86
1st

Withdrawn

#85
2nd

Withdrawn

#88
New

Withdrawn

#87
New

Withdrawn

#48
New

Withdrawn

#46
New

Withdrawn

#90
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#89
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#68
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#67
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#63
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#62
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#61
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#60
Prefers others.

Withdrawn

#47
Prefers others.

Discussion

Amalia
United Kingdom
The square symbolizes the technology and its shadows an upward graphic.

(This comment references Entry #46)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
Blue version

(This comment references Entry #47)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
Another version. Thank you

(This comment references Entry #48)
13 years ago
esim
United States
i like the concept. two points-the name is BOLDstart Capital so it looks like the bold and start are separate and the name actually looks like start capital. secondly, i like the shadow showing an upward graph. would like to see variations with a darker blue only and a crimson/black only. i want to use some stronger colors that are more suited for finance types
13 years ago
esim
United States
can you also make the caps/lower case like this BOLDstart Capital? i want the BOLD to be all caps
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
Of course, I'll send you changes ASAP. Thank you for your feedback.
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
v4

(This comment references Entry #60)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
v5

(This comment references Entry #61)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
v6

(This comment references Entry #62)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
v7

(This comment references Entry #63)
13 years ago
esim
United States
like 60 and 63-on both can you accentuate a steeper growth curve so it looks more positive

on 63, maybe a darker crimson across the board-we are almost there-i really like these
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
Thank you for your feedback. I send you the logos with changes.

(This comment references Entry #67)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
Thanks again

(This comment references Entry #68)
13 years ago
esim
United States
anyway i can see a view of these 2 with the graphic a little smaller so the name of the fund is not such a small part of graphic? would like to have name of fund a little more prominent
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
I hope I understand well what you want; if don’t please tell me and I will make the changes needed.

I have made three different versions on both colors, for make the name more prominent:

Version # 1

Resituate the font position, increase the “Capital” font, and make a definite dark shadow behind for make letters visually come up.

Version # 2
Change of font, for another more high

Version # 3
Resituate the font position, and put an smooth shadow behind for make the white letters visually come up

Thank you

This is version # 1 - red

(This comment references Entry #85)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
version # 1 - blue

(This comment references Entry #86)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
version # 2 - red

(This comment references Entry #87)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
version # 2 - blue

(This comment references Entry #88)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
version # 3 - red

(This comment references Entry #89)
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
version # 3 - blue

(This comment references Entry #90)
13 years ago
esim
United States
can you make the box itself smaller and the up curve a little more up?
13 years ago
esim
United States
a steeper curve shows more growth, maybe a smaller box with less empty space at top
13 years ago
Amalia
United Kingdom
Do you mean a rectangle box instead of the actual square box?, because if I make the box smaller and don’t touch the typo, it comes out the box. So if I maintain the square form but smaller, I have to reduce also the typo, or change the form of the box.

The graph ends up inside the square, do you mean to make a stepper curve starting in a lower part of the square or accentuating the curve itself?

I know the time contest is over, but I can make the changes requested.

Thank you
13 years ago