inTroducTions Logo Design Contest

inTroducTions has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 113 designs from 24 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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citykittyboo
United States

Slogan

Not Your Grandma's T-Party

What We Do

This is a super-fun networking party. A gathering of 100's of entrepreneurs in one room. Each wearing their own logo'd t-shirt (leave the name tags at home) and participating in fun new games to meet other people.

Industry

Consulting

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - T-shirt party
#2 - New way to meet people
#3 - Fun!

Our Target Audience:

All entrepreneurs interested in networking. Age: 25-45, Urban, fun, witty, and creative.

Color Preferences

Totally open. Colorful.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Yes - we would like to see one idea we thought of - the word inTroducTions with the two "T's" as stick figures in t-shirts, reaching out and shaking hands (or fist bumping, or high 5-ing).

Themes

Colorful
Bright
Loud
Playful
Modern
Refined
Exotic
Adventure
Luxury
Economical

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Character

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

Applications

Web
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

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citykittyboo
United States
Hi - thank you for that design! I wanted to see the "T's" actually shaking hands, not an additional person above the logo. Is that possible? Maybe it's just in my head . . . :)
These are kind of odd - but something that I imagined: http://www.australiansign.com.au/images/inflatable-advertising-products.jpg

Thank you!
13 years ago
decoded
Netherlands
Something like my entry?
13 years ago
citykittyboo
United States
I do like these. They are a little more masculine/corporate in the red and blue. The entrepreneurs we're talking to are creative, free thinkers, not stiff. These sticks seem stiff. That could be the problem with sticks I suppose. :-) Maybe make the sticks a little more feminine, curvy? THANK YOU!
13 years ago
decoded
Netherlands
Don't know if this is what you meant?

I did make them curvy Hahaha
13 years ago
citykittyboo
United States
YEAH! Thanks weddingc. I need more whimsy for this event. I think my original idea was even too stiff. Let's make this playful and fun! Can you do two women as an example?
13 years ago
citykittyboo
United States
Those are cool! Thank you! What about a rougher style? More pencil-like? http://www.shermandorn.com/mt/archives/tuxpaint-20080706174544.png
13 years ago
weddingc
United States
I tried a few more options with slight variation. I tried to make the font more playful. Let me know anything else you're looking for.
13 years ago
citykittyboo
United States
Sigh. I'm sorry - this is hard. They are looking too cartooney (I know, not your fault!!)

Maybe something more iconic? http://media.photobucket.com/image/cartoon%20sophisticated/SparkyismLyts/bg-17.gif
13 years ago
weddingc
United States
Do you want it to be more compact?

I tried something a lil different. But not sure how you want it to be more iconic.
13 years ago
citykittyboo
United States
I think "fun" is being confused with juvenile. I think the figures, overall, can be more sophisticated, while maintaining fun in color and an accent, like the little sparks coming off of the heads in #6. I don't see any fonts that are quite appropriate either - I think we need something rounder and 2.0-ish.
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