Strict Logo Design Contest

Strict has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 274 designs from 44 different designers from around the world.
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DeltaEngine
Germany

Slogan

Strict Programming Language

What We Do

Simple to understand programming language for humans and AI
https://strict-lang.github.io/strict.dev/
The target audience is computer programmers, however a mascot like the Android robot or the Golang mascot would make it more likable for the rest too

Industry

Technology

Color Preferences

Blue/Teal
primaryColor: '#52A0C6',
secondaryColor: '#21434C',

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Ideas:
- Initially an integrated circuit, a transistor (see Strict.png attachment), a chip or even a robot arm, but that didn't look very modern and we didn't have good feedback.
- Instead we tried some simple ideas using the S or Strict or Structures like https://svgporn.com/ (see other attachments). If you can come up with something in the style of these, that would be good.
- Alternatively a mascot like https://golang.org/ or https://gradle.org/ would also work good, maybe a strict person or a fitting animal or simply a nice friendly little robot like the Android logo.

A viewer should be able to make out the basics of the logo even in 16x16 pixels (like many easy to recognize logos, apple, android, java, rust, golang, youtube, any good website icon). The bigger versions (128x128+) can have more details or Strict as text as well, but it is not required. Simple is beautiful.

Strict is a simple to understand programming language that not only humans can read and understand, but also AI is able to read, modify and write...

Similar projects:
https://golang.org/
https://www.python.org/
https://clojure.org/
https://www.rust-lang.org/

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Simple
Necessity
Modern
Raw
Adventure
Masculine
Colorful

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