Southern Hills Estates Logo Design Contest

Southern Hills Estates has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 123 designs from 37 different designers from around the world.
Contest

Designs by JJ-branDDesigner

#45
4th
#46
7th
#47
Prefers others.
#44
Prefers others.
#43
Prefers others.
#28
Prefers others.
#27
Prefers others.
#26
Prefers others.

Discussion

The logo is a bit feminine by its smooth strokes and typography. It looks romantic but serious showing a positive line from the lower left corner pointing to the upper right by the trees.

(This comment references Entry #26)
13 years ago
This logo shows classic elements, soft feminine color gradients and a classic elegant typography that suits the subject.

(This comment references Entry #27)
13 years ago
Here is a logo variation with a more feminine typography which is not too sophisticated and stays in contrast to the icon-part of the logo.

(This comment references Entry #28)
13 years ago
Media Partners
United States
Great graphic on #26. Font is too much for a first-time homebuyer. I would encourage you to try some different styles.
13 years ago
this first optimisation removes the uppity touch in the font. It is more straight forward, but with the same graphic elements.

(This comment references Entry #43)
13 years ago
The font is still handwritten (personal touch), but in an earthen color to communicate a warmer image.

(This comment references Entry #44)
13 years ago
I used a grotesque font to put it in contrast to the "handmade" swinging oval element. It causes the effect, that the viewer can easier differentiate between the two information hierarchy levels.

(This comment references Entry #45)
13 years ago
This is a grotesque font as well, but with a slight female touch "underlined" with a graphic element that uses the style of the oval.

(This comment references Entry #46)
13 years ago
this logo-version emphasizes the oval element by setting the letters round the oval in a discreet font.

(This comment references Entry #47)
13 years ago
Hi,
what is your comment on the different fonts? And do you prefer the "swing"/graphic element underneath the text of #45 oder is it better to use a more simple element like in #44?

I would like to do a little rework on the oval – is it still of interest? I would like to emphasize the stroke in some areas, so that there is more focus on it and that the customer feels the escapism – the ideal landscape, pure nature and that he/she is a part of it!

Please send me a comment, so that I can localize the elements to improve them.
regards,

JJ-branDDesigner
13 years ago