The Minds Experts Logo Design Contest

The Minds Experts has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 135 designs from 26 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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perryims
Singapore

Slogan

Reprogram Your Mind Now

What We Do

We help procrastinators become massively driven action takers with unshakeable self confidence using mind reprogramming techniques

Industry

Medical

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - I am a fun person who is an expert on using the mind to program yourself for action
#2 - I do this because I use to be crippled by fear and low self esteem, and now I know how to breakthrough all that through a mind programming technology
#3 - People should work with me because I can fully relate to their inaction reasons, and we will be partners in success for the rest of our lives

Our Target Audience:

Demographics - age 21-40, asian, middle to high income,

Psychographics - Reads books and attends seminars, takes life coaching for personal development, frustrated and angry that little or nothing changed.

Excited to hear about another seminar on wealth and success. Beliefs in the power of the mind to achieve what they want, yet cannot break out of fear or habits that hold them back.

Feels guilty about learning all these but still not taken any significant action yet. Feels angry and frustrated at self for not being able to be the master of his/her psychology.

Values: Achievement, freedom, fulfillment, purpose, clarity, family

Color Preferences

Blue - Knowledge, Trustworthy, Tranquility, Calm, Peace, Cool
Orange - Creativity, Invigoration, Unique, Energy

Themes

Complex
Colorful
Bright
Loud
Luxury
Expensive
Playful
Modern
Refined
Exotic
Sporty
Adventure

Style

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Applications

Web
Print
Signs
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

marty
Ireland
Hi perryims any chance of feedback on concepts #68 to #74

Ta mate
Marty
13 years ago
perryims
Singapore
#84

I like this design primarily because the designer here hit on the nail with 3 rings. There are 3 minds I work with the client on.

The design is also very sleek while not being overly masculine, since my clients do include females.

The colour theme is followed closely to this website: http://BookYourselfSolid.com (My decision to do that)

#87

I like this design because of its Zen like concept. I like concepts that evokes an emotion of class. After feedback, the designer incorporated the colour that I like into the design.

The play on the picture of the brain without being overly literal is brilliant.

#58

The head in this design is wonderfully designed. I like the overall look, making it very laboratory like, without being too serious.

The smile on the face is a good improvement.

I would prefer a less masculine look to the logo though.

#77

I like this one because the designer nailed the concept that there is a little voice in everyone's head. And it is that little voice that I work on too.

Improvement that can be made would be to make the design more sleek. Put a little classiness and chic into it. :)
13 years ago
Since you asked, Perry, the spelling is confusing. We use the "s" to indicate plurality (more than one). The way you have it worded (Minds Experts) suggests that there are more than one of you and that the group of you are experts at more than one mind. I get that this is probably the truth of it, but the "English tongue" stumbles a little with the repeated plurality. We would usually either say the minds expert, or the mind experts. Mind expert doesn't necessarily mean that you are an expert at only one mind, just as the bird expert doesn't suggest that you are an expert at only one bird. But in English we wouldn't say the birds experts. It violates a subtle rule. The only reason I'm aware of, to do such a thing would be to intentionally cause people to sub-consciously stumble, and in the process, think about what is being said more deeply in an effort to understand why there is the break from conventional usage.

My suggestion is, if there are more than one of you using the logo to refer to yourselves, go with the mind experts. If there is only one of you then either the minds expert or the mind expert works fine, depending on whether you want to imply more than one mind. From your comment about the three rings, I imagine you do like that subtle reference.
13 years ago
perryims
Singapore
"The way you have it worded (Minds Experts) suggests that there are more than one of you and that the group of you are experts at more than one mind. I get that this is probably the truth of it, but the "English tongue" stumbles a little with the repeated plurality."

"The only reason I'm aware of, to do such a thing would be to intentionally cause people to sub-consciously stumble, and in the process, think about what is being said more deeply in an effort to understand why there is the break from conventional usage."

These deductions are dead on.

All part and parcel of branding. Thanks for the post.


Perry
13 years ago