Executive Insight Today Logo Design Contest

Executive Insight Today has selected their winning logo design.

For $265 they received 102 designs from 23 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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shalter
United States

What We Do

We provide helpful insight from top ranked executives

Industry

Entertainment

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - polished, professional, but not overly complicated
#2 - visually appealing to those that are time starved
#3 - should convey strength and or an executive feel but not too boring

Our Target Audience:

CEO's and other high ranking executives. We will have a custom site with video, blogs and podcasts from top ranked executives. We anticipate the site being a resource for other executives looking to tap into those in the know .

Color Preferences

open to color choices but think the following combinations may convey that professional look.... preferably two color combination
1. steel blue and black or grey (or some blue with black)
2. light green and black or grey
3. Red and black or grey

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

please incorporate either the executiveinsighttoday.com tag or the eitoday.com tag. We are also open to some incorporation of a microphone into the logo (since this is partially pod and webcast based) but are open to ideas that do not incorporate this element.

Themes

Expensive
Masculine
Serious
Refined
Elegant

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
Signs
Television
Clothing

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Discussion

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shalter
United States
I also wouldn't mind some that maybe use a tie or silhouette of a tie for the "I" in executive and insight (stacked) with "today" to the side vertically and the webaddress underneath eitoday.com. (no microphone).

Also if you want to use a microphone, please make sure it's eighty an old fashioned kind or the snowball model...
12 years ago
shalter
United States
Please also remember the web address must be incorporated in the bottom of the logo.
eitoday.com or executiveinsighttoday.com

With the above tie idea, maybe use the eitoday.com at the bottom tucked to the right of the bottom part of the tie.... Maybe there's a suttle old time black and white picture of a microphone on the tie?
12 years ago
shalter
United States
Hey guys,

Looks like red and black is definitly the color combination that is standing out... We love the creativity of the speech bubble as it's not an idea we had originslly thout of, but conveys our message well....

Open to any other ideas or thoughts....
12 years ago
shalter
United States
Designers,

Please note that prior to completion, we will re-rank all entries so that we have different designers ranked from spots 2-12, etc.

We like several of the entries we have received, but are still open to any additional concepts...
12 years ago
shalter
United States
Hey Designers,

good [point brought up to us is that we shouldn't limit this to just men (with the conotation being perhaps only men wear kneck ties).

We are verty open to other ideas that could or could not include the use of a tie? We are open to any ideas...
12 years ago
shalter
United States
We would like an idea that might incorporate or appeal to both male and female executives.... 1 day left???
12 years ago