Digital Transformation Logo Design Contest

Digital Transformation has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 74 designs from 22 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief Hide
brendangeraghty
Australia

What We Do

We help 'traditional' businesses make the transition into the digital economy / world, helping them communicate, engage with and create long term relationships with their customers in the online environment, be it through their website, social media or other digital media.

Industry

Media

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Professional - we have the skills, knowledge and competency you need
#2 - Approachable - we're a small company helping big companies
#3 - Future Focused

Our Target Audience:

Medium to large companies - General Managers, CEO's, Marketing Directors - anyone responsible for the Digital Marketing Strategy of their company. They know that their company needs to make the digital transition, but are not sure how or where to start.

Color Preferences

Blue or Green - with a strong second colour - charcoal, silver etc. Open to all suggestions. Not red or yellow.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

In the brand name Digital Transformation, the design focus and overall emphasis needs to be on the word Digital.

Themes

Modern
Colorful
Necessity
Refined
Sporty
Adventure

Style

Abstract Mark

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
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Applications

Web
Print

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Discussion

Discussion

brendangeraghty
Australia
I like the blue and green tones of the #2 logo - making it look electric. I like the idea of a symbol at the front of the logo, but not sure about a 'D' - keen to see some ideas for a symbol that really communicates 'Digital' and 'Digital Connections (internet, social media, etc)! Thanks for the effort so far.
7 years ago
brendangeraghty
Australia
I like the blue and green tones of the #2 logo - making it look electric. I like the idea of a symbol at the front of the logo, but not sure about a 'D' - keen to see some ideas for a symbol that really communicates 'Digital' and 'Digital Connections (internet, social media, etc)! Thanks for the effort so far.
7 years ago
brendangeraghty
Australia
I like the blue and green tones of the #2 logo - making it look electric. I like the idea of a symbol at the front of the logo, but not sure about a 'D' - keen to see some ideas for a symbol that really communicates 'Digital' and 'Digital Connections (internet, social media, etc)! Thanks for the effort so far.
7 years ago