Trumbull Marketing Logo Design Contest

Trumbull Marketing has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 110 designs from 22 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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scjcbull
United States

What We Do

We provide customized and personalized strategy, implementation and maintenance of your online marketing programs.

Industry

Internet

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Online marketing expertise
#2 - Trust
#3 - Professional

Our Target Audience:

Small to medium sized businesses seeking an online presence for lead generation, brand awareness and\or general traffic building.
Media and\or marketing firms seeking expertise in the online marketplace and need assistance building out programs for their clients.

Color Preferences

prefer blue, but open to others

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

For pictoral or abstract, I'd like to see some examples bull horns or some representation of a bull in the image.

I could also see a letterform around "TMI" Trumbull Marketing on the Internet, but i think I'd need our URL present (www.trumbullmarketing.com). Not sure if that would makes sense or not.

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Pictorial Mark

Literal or representative imagery is used to symbolize the brand.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
Famous Logos displayed under fair use to enrich the general publics' knowledge of graphic design.

Applications

Web
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

scjcbull
United States
Hi Apple.berry.

Thank you very much for your examples here.

I think #3 is the best of these, as I like the subtle shading of colors on the horns, though they could be a little darker. I would like to see more space between the horns, even perhaps on either side of the name. It really just looks like a horseshoe right now :-)

#1 - I like the darker blue, however the sharp change to the ligher blue is too much. I also think this positioning of the horns is confusing.

#4 - Again, the position of the horns makes it look odd
After looking at example #2, I think it will be hard to use "TMI" without describing what it stands for, maybe with something in a tagline...Trumbull Marketing on the Internet? I dunno, really.

Love to see the creative ideas continue.....

Thanks,
Shawn
13 years ago
scjcbull
United States
Hi All - thanks for your entries so far!

#9 by fauzan - i like the pictorial you developed here and like to see it continue evolving. Wonder if you can add some subtle features to help clarify it as a bull image and not a devil. I like the font\colors used.

Letter10Pro - I like the image you used as well, but wonder if it can be tweaked a bit to be less narrow at the bottom. like the colors chosen, especially in #14, and beginning to think the blue\grey mix works well together. I like the professional\classy font style, but wonder if bolding would help. Don't use the font in #15.

apple.berry - I like the image you are using much better than before. If you can play with the fonts a bit more and continue with the less bright blues I think that would be great.

To all - I seem to be leaning towards the blue\grey, but wonder if it makes sense to enter another complementary color to highlight...yellow, green, etc??? Not sure if it works, but might help 'pop' some of thei imagery. Thanks again for everyone's hard work here! This is really fun and the level of work already is very impressive!

Shawn
13 years ago
scjcbull
United States
ibot - #25 - I really like this concept you delivered here. Wonder if you can try with some other fonts and colors. The color you used for 'Trumbull' is too bright. This represents a good mix of the company name with a subtle logo that keeps it memorable.

fauzan - your latest entries are fun to look at and very creative, but I think they steer a little too far away from the professional image I want to convey. I think they are great fun, however. I smile every time I seek

Letterpro10 - I like the example #18 with the green added. I like the uniqueness of the image, but not sure it's 'there' yet. I still spend a couple seconds trying to see what that image really is.
13 years ago
scjcbull
United States
#32 & #33 - I am still trying to warm up to this logo. One thing I definately like is the ability to reverse out the colors, which chould prove helpful. The font\style of the T and M are still a little off for me, though.

#25 - I'd still like to see more from you! I think you have a very good foundation here and I'd like to see some variations. Can you play with some fonts and colors a bit? Conceptually, I like where this is going.

All - thank you so much for you submissions so far - yes, even you Cooney #31.

13 years ago