Sermon Browser Logo Design Contest

Sermon Browser has selected their winning logo design.

For $350 they received 90 designs from 15 different designers from around the world.
Contest

Designs by Mogeek

#81
3rd

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#26
4th

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#25
6th

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#17
10th
#1
New

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#23
New

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#24
New
#29
New

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#32
Prefers others.
#31
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#30
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#28
Prefers others.
#27
Prefers others.

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#18
Prefers others.

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#16
Prefers others.

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#15
Prefers others.
#7
Prefers others.

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#6
Prefers others.

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#5
Prefers others.

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#4
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#3
Prefers others.
#2
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Discussion

Mogeek
United States
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12 years ago
Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
peace dove within the stylized document...

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12 years ago
Mark Barnes
United Kingdom
Thanks for the entries. #1 is definitely the best of the three. I prefer both the colours and the shape. However, a pile of books is probably unwise (though it looks good) as preaching is done from one book (the bible, not many).

With #2 the bible could be mistaken for a coffin, and I'm not sure about the triangles (though there could possibly be potential there for some graphics that looked like a 'play' button.

With #3 I just don't like the dove. It's a religious symbol, but has little to do with either sermons or preaching.

If images are used, they need to portray the bible or speaking or listening. However, none of these entries conveys the concept of listening.
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
gotcha... I'll revise accordingly... thanks for the feedback and direction...
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
I went back to the arrows thing again just to give another look... more imagery to convey its a page/book... thanks again...

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12 years ago
Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
something to convey audio...

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12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
another mark... concept of a couple of bible verses being read from the book...

(This comment references Entry #7)
12 years ago
Mark Barnes
United Kingdom
I like the idea of "sound waves" in #6 and #7 though I think #7 would be better without the black "waves", which look slightly bird-like.

#4 and #5 are better than two, but I think the hearing/listening concept is definitely better still.

I'm not sure about colour. I've never felt blue and yellow go particularly well together, #1 is still first. I don't feel particularly strongly that the logo HAS to be blue, though the advantages of blue are (1) I'm using it already, (2) No-one else in this market is.

If you want to try additional imagery, a pulpit is a possibility, though I don't suspect this would not work as well as a bible.
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
Thanks for the additional feedback... here are some more revisions... here is another look at this concept, made the image more page like...

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12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
green/dark blue...

(This comment references Entry #16)
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
In this concept the imagery next to the sound waves were pages flying out of the book, not more soundwaves... I've removed them from this entry...

(This comment references Entry #17)
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
another look at this entry with the waves added...

(This comment references Entry #18)
12 years ago
Mark Barnes
United Kingdom
Thanks Mogeek. That's definitely better.

#17 - I wonder if the red could be slightly brighter.

#2 - I still like this one, despite the collection of books. I think it's partly the perspective I like. Perhaps the pile of books could be changed to a pulpit?

#16 #18 and #15 - Again, these are all good, but compared to some of your other designs they look a bit flat.

I did like the 'play button' in #2 so if that could be included in some of the other designs, without making it too busy, then that would be good to see. Other possible devices for signifying listening would be headphones, or an mp3 player.

Thanks again!
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
some new revisions...

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12 years ago
Mogeek
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Mogeek
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Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
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Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mogeek
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12 years ago
Mark Barnes
United Kingdom
Now you're spoiling me! These get better and better. I'm running out of suggestions of how they can be improved :)

I really like what you've done with #26 and #25

#29 is very visually appealing, but I don't like the idea of a bent cross. It's a lovely, simple design, though.

12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
thanks for the kind words...
12 years ago
Mark Barnes
United Kingdom
Mogeek: Would you be willing to try out a design that incorporated a pulpit? Perhaps similar to #17 or #1, but with the bible being a pulpit instead. It'd also be interested to see what you could do with headphones or an iPod. Thanks.
12 years ago
Mogeek
United States
Here is another based upon your suggestion... thanks again...

(This comment references Entry #81)
12 years ago
Mark Barnes
United Kingdom
Hmm, I really like #81 - this is turning into a tough selection. I'm certainly going to shortlist it. If you can improve it still further that would be even better. Thanks!
12 years ago