Cosby Roberts Logo Design Contest

Cosby Roberts has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 95 designs from 28 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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generob
United States

Slogan

Conflict Resolution Group

What We Do

We are a group of professional mediators, helping people to resolve disputes by assisting them settle litigated cases, providing coaching on how to communicate grievances, and assisting people and companies to positively deal with conflict, whether in the family or workplace.

Industry

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Competence
#2 - Helpfulness
#3 - Professional

Our Target Audience:

Judges, attorneys, individuals, human resources professionals

Color Preferences

Green; yellow; blue; orange; grey. We are not tied to any particular color or color combination at this time.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We like that the initials for "Cosby Roberts" are the same for "Conflict Resolution." If there is some way to incorporate a logo using the CR aspect of the names, that would be appreciated, although not required.

Themes

Expensive
Refined

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Pictorial Mark

Literal or representative imagery is used to symbolize the brand.
Abstract Mark

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
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Applications

Web
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

generob
United States
Thanks for the early work, everyone. #3, the name should be "Cosby" not "Crosby".
12 years ago
brandtub
Egypt
feedback would be appreciated to know what you like or dislike and change direction accordingly.

thanks,

Kareem
12 years ago
generob
United States
Hi, Kareem. Thanks for your work. I like the sophisticated font and feel of #1 and #2. I'd like less emphasis on a single "C", and more of a "C" and "R" somehow working together. I'm also interested in seeing designs that reflect of a CR squared--because Cosby/Roberts and Conflict/Resolution start with the same initials. I do like #1, #2, and #4's features of "Conflict Resolution Group" being the same length as "Cosby Roberts".
12 years ago
brandtub
Egypt
will work on having it " CR ", what do you mean by squared ? having the 2 sqaure sign in it or seeing them double in a way in same design ? please confirm, thanks
12 years ago
generob
United States
Nice job, #8 and #9. Those have a sophisticated feel to them and I like the incorporation of the CR/CR expression (Cosby/Roberts Conflict/Resolution). Could we change the dash (-) to a slash (/)? I like the three dimensional box; if we use that, then I don't think we need to have the superscript 2. If there are designs with just a "CR", then I think the superscript 2 should be incorporated with the "CR", similar to #7. Thanks for all of the good work, everyone.
12 years ago
#12 #13 updated as per request...
12 years ago
ongyudicandra
Indonesia
Please comment on my entry #60 & #61.
Thanks
12 years ago
ongyudicandra
Indonesia
Please comment on my entry #92, #93
Thanks
12 years ago
ongyudicandra
Indonesia
Please comment on my entry #94, #95
Thanks
12 years ago
generob
United States
Thank you all for the excellent work. We are submitting the entries to management and will have a decision shortly.
12 years ago
chris1970
United States
Please kindly advise if the new entries will be considered. There have been too many contests lately where the CH did not rank or discard the most recent entries. In most of these cases, is was fairly evident that the CH neglected to even look at them.
12 years ago