YellowLite Logo Design Contest

YellowLite has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 302 designs from 52 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
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yellowlite
United States

Slogan

Harvesting Clean Energy

What We Do

we are a renewable energy company. Dealers, installers of solar, wind energy, etc. YellowLite name was set from the yellow rays of the sun, hence yellow light.

Industry

Technology

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Our slogan "Harvesting clean energy"
#2 - Protecting planet earth through resources like solar and wind energy
#3 - quality and expert service

Our Target Audience:

Home owners and businesses

Color Preferences

designer's choice but nothing too bright. And there is no compulsion to use yellow just because company's name has yellow in it.we are looking for a clean professional look.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

we want something simple. Nice looking font with a beautiful logo. New ideas are welcome.

Themes

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Modern
Refined
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Gray
Secure

Style

Pictorial Mark

Literal or representative imagery is used to symbolize the brand.
Abstract Mark

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
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Applications

Web
Print
Signs
Television

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Discussion

Discussion

yellowlite
United States
#3 your design is good, looking at the logo one gets the idea that this renewable energy company's main focus is wind power. And thats not how we want it to be.
13 years ago
yellowlite
United States
Entry #44 we like the design but do not like the color combo...
13 years ago
yellowlite
United States
# 66 can we see fonts in dark colors maybe black..the symbol on top looks good the way it is...also a more refined look will help...thx
13 years ago
yellowlite
United States
what we like about the # 130 is that it expresses what we do and all the things we are involved with.
13 years ago
ANGELINA
Bulgaria
I will quote one very helpful for you post:

How to Rank and Thank Designers: When it comes time for final rankings, designers appreciate when you choose the top three CONCEPTS (as opposed to variations of the same design) for the gold, silver and bronze awards. If you want to rank two different concepts by the same designer in the top three, that's fine.
Also, rank as many entries as possible, because designers get points added to their overall site standing for each blue ribbon they get.

This is how points are distributed:

1st place - 50 points
2nd place - 20 points
3rd place - 10 points
4-6th place - 5 points
7-10 place - 3 points

After that, each ranked entry gets one point for the designer. Nobody will be insulted by being ranked last, the points are still good! So if you pull some entries out of the "Not Interested" group and give them a rank, the designer gets some benefit from entering your contest.

Hope that's helpful, lots of contest holders don't realize this and most are glad to know. It's a good way to thank designers who don't win the contest prize, but who worked very hard to offer you lots of options to choose from for a great logo.

Thank you very much in advance,
magnita
13 years ago
Eightball Studios
United States
Hello YellowLite;

I see that do visit to rank, but I am unsure if you are giving considerations to the newer arrivals, such as myself. I entered your competition almost a day ago and have recieved no feedback or nothing. This gives us newer entering designers the feeling that you have already decided who has won the competition. I am sure that you are busy, however, if you want the best design possible you need to consider all of your options here and give feedback on a regular basis.

I would like to keep making newer designs here, or at least modify my others already submitted, but am unsure that any of my hard work would even be considered.

Thank you!!
13 years ago
yellowlite
United States
Hello Dave, (#227)
I have been giving feedbacks and im trying to rank entries very religiously so that i am fair to everyone at the end of the day.
Now you entered the contest late and looking at your entries, it seems you have taken bits of ideas from all the major players in the contest and made your designs. Looking at your designs that is what i thought and its not just you there have been many designers who have done that. I dont know if its consciously or unconsciously. What i was looking for was every designer bringing their own set of ideas to the table but most of the designs after day 8 or 9 seem to be somewhat similar to or inspired by the top 5 designs.

But in all ive seen some excellent work and talent and i am very impressed with the talent some designers have. Great work.

And thanks Magnita for the information.
13 years ago
Eightball Studios
United States
That's okay, I was just making sure that it was worth my time here. Now that I know that you are looking at all newer entries I will continue to submit newer versions, but could you kindly give me feedback on what you like or dislike here. My concepts are not that of others, just what naturally comes first to mind when I think of clean, renewable wind and solar power companies.

I do very much so appreciate that you have looked at the entries but other than saying it's the same as others, there is nothing to go on. I thought that I was being unique in the placement of the images used, but apparently not. If you have any suggestions for me that would be great.

Thanks in advance!!
13 years ago