Jane Allison Austin Logo Design Contest

Jane Allison Austin has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 273 designs from 26 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief Edit  Hide
ProAdStudio
United States

What We Do

Real estate broker with attorney expertise, we help our clients develop strategy in the negotiation, marketing, buying, and selling property in North County San Diego, California.

Industry

Real Estate

Color Preferences

Black is the favorite color. Including highlights of yellow and/or red would be of interest.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Jane Allison Austin <---- this is the name. not JAA

Understated elegance, streamlined, simple, professional, with appreciation of artistry.

PLEASE DO NOT MAKE JAA the most prominent feature. The initials JAA may be used as a monogram or type treatment near the name, not prominently, subtly if at all. JAA is just a suggestion, not a requirement.

Themes

Luxury
Refined
Feminine
Simple
Secure

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Discussion

Discussion

ProAdStudio
United States
Hello Designers! Thank you so much for your participation. Your skills and talents are much appreciated. Please read the creative brief in detail and be creative and show us your best stuff!

While we do not want a slogan used near the logo, we would be comfortable with JAA (initials, type treatment, monogram) along with prominence of the full company name, Jane Allison Austin.

From the client: my title is Real Estate Attorney and Broker
brand personality is: Simple Elegance with a Touch of Glamour
2 months ago
ProAdStudio
United States
PLEASE DO NOT MAKE "JAA" the most prominent feature. The name is Jane Allison Austin.
2 months ago
Ivan F
Canada
Hi everyone,

Please look at the overall quality of the example logo images in the brief. If you cannot consistently design at this level, it may be be best to move on to another contest.

The client is aware of good quality and mentioned some of the quality thus far is not impressive.

Generic real estate logos will not meet the need here.
2 months ago
ProAdStudio
United States
I'd love to see some elegant calligraphy typefaces for the name. Easy to read quickly, yet hand lettered looking.

Great work coming in! Thanks for your efforts, they are much appreciated.
2 months ago
ProAdStudio
United States
also, please don't divide the name. keep all on one line.
2 months ago
ProAdStudio
United States
simple type treatments are not enough. needs to have something happening that is clever, provocative, relevant, and reflects the creative brief! Thanks folks! - Mark
2 months ago