National Conflict Resolution Group Logo Design Contest

National Conflict Resolution Group has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 159 designs from 32 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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generob
United States

Slogan

Resolving conflicts. Providing solutions.

What We Do

We are a group of professionals that engage in mediation, arbitration, coaching, and training in situations were people and institutions are involved in litigation or other disputes.

Industry

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Professionalism
#2 - Quality
#3 - Competence

Our Target Audience:

Attorneys, judges, human resources professionals.

Color Preferences

blue, red, green

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We'd like the "National" to be larger than the words "conflict resolution group" but are not married to that concept.

Themes

Refined
Luxury
Serious
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
Character

A mascot represents the brand.
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Applications

Web
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

generob
United States
Thank you for the early entries. They are excellent. We are also looking for logos where the word "National" would be in all or small caps, with a large N and L with "Conflict Resolution Group" contained under and within the N and the L--I don't know if that makes sense or not. As an example, the way "Nationals" is used in the Washington Nationals major leage baseball team logo.
13 years ago
generob
United States
Thanks for the entries, Tegs and Waeve. I'd be interested in knowing your thoughts behind the different logos you created--why did you choose the logos that you did, what do they symbolize, etc. This will help me in discussions with my partners.
13 years ago
Logofleet
Singapore
good designs!
13 years ago
generob
United States
Thank you all for the designs. We'd like to see a variety of fonts used. And, the product needs to be able to be displayed in black/white as well as in color. Designs that are more on the sophisticated side of things are important to us. Thanks again.
13 years ago
generob
United States
#1 and #2 would you kindly provide similar designs, with different types of fonts?
13 years ago
generob
United States
#14 and #18--we like the use of initials for the group, we think #14 looks a bit militaristic--would you please provide other entries with different fonts?
13 years ago
generob
United States
#27: we like the way you place "Conflict Resolution" and "Group" on separate lines. Very classy. That's a look that we like.
13 years ago
generob
United States
We are concerned that some of the font sizes for "Conflict Resolution Group" are too small--we think it would be difficult to view is placed on letterhead or business cards.
13 years ago
Logofleet
Singapore
#65 uses a maze icon that forms the initial N. It's composed of two facing brackets, representing the conflict, they are placed in equal position, that symbolize impartiality. The red dot is a symbol of being able to go out of the maze. In this case, the conflict being solved.
13 years ago
generob
United States
To let everyone know, we just extended the deadline by 2 days. We like a lot of the designs, but one of our partners isn't available to make a decision today so we are extending it.

13 years ago
generob
United States
One of our partners has asked for logos that incorporate what he describes as legal symbols: scales of justice, a column (for example, a greek column), etc. Thanks in advance!
13 years ago