D-Works, LLC Home Renovations Logo Design Contest

D-Works, LLC Home Renovations has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 190 designs from 26 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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DDuncan
United States

Slogan

High Standards * Quality Work

What We Do

D-Works is a home renovations and remodeling company within the Seattle area.

Industry

Construction

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Quality
#2 - Professionalism
#3 - Expertise

Our Target Audience:

Age: 32-65
Sex: Females and Males - Mainly female home owners
Income: $40,000.00 and over
Education: 2 Years college and over
Industry: Aerospace, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, franchise owners, small business owners, health care professionals, sales and management professionals

Color Preferences

Red, black, white, grey

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Website: http://www.d-worksllc.com. Current logo is on the website. I like the design of "O" in the Works. The "D" is not viewed as a "D". I am looking for something more eye catching and not the run of the mill. Maybe something with a symbol to seperate it form others.

Themes

Masculine
Bright
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
Character

A mascot represents the brand.
Famous Logos displayed under fair use to enrich the general publics' knowledge of graphic design.

Applications

Web
Print
Signs
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

NancyCarterDesign
United States
Hello! Here are some hints for getting the most out of your contest:

~~ Rank designs daily -- this will encourage more participation.
~~ Ranking designs daily will also keep your contest from getting cluttered.
~~ The more feedback you provide, the better results you are going to see.
~~ Designers are not offended by "Not Interested"
~~ Over-use of "Not Interested" discourages participation.
~~ Ranking is a non-monitary means of showing apprecaition for designers hard work.
~~ Designers earn points for ranked designs. We like to earn points.

More detailed information on how to get the most out of your contest can be found here:
https://logotournament.com/forum/general_discussion/914


13 years ago
DDuncan
United States
Hi, I have a question. How do I get the designers to add some graphics or depth to the logo instead of just the company name? What I am looking for is a logo that will grab someones attention and will remember it or even the logo will to be able to stand alone by it self. Thank you for your time, David
13 years ago
DDuncan
United States
Hi,

Can I have two days in which to make a selection and talk to the designers? I have been out of town the past few days and unable to check my mail. When I checked my mail I have gotten a large amount of logos over the past couple of days and I would like to discuss them with my partner before making a selection. I would like to also look over the logos and think about them to make a selection that best meets my company needs. At the present time I have under three minutes and would like to make my desission by Monday evening. Thank you for your time and I look forward to your response.

David Duncan
13 years ago