Logo Design Contest

California Flooring Service

by thefloorpro

Contest received 56 entries and the contest holder has awarded a winner.

Winning entry by banned_graphichound

Congratulations to winner banned_graphichound ! They were awarded the contest prize of $125.00

Discussion:

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xpressions Creative
Congrats on the win.
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banned_graphichound Creative
thnx for choosin me:)
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banned_graphichound Creative
waiting for ur feedback:)
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banned_graphichound Creative
waiting for ur feedback:)
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osagrafis Creative
Thanks kingofblingbling,i hope my logos is better
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osagrafis Creative
Thanks kingofblingbling,i hope my logos is better
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banned_graphichound Creative
Thanks King!!
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kingofblingbling Creative
graphichound and osagrafis had a great hand .Damm!! tht's cool...
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osagrafis Creative
Thank you for the score,i hope you can choose for the best logo.
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thefloorpro Contest Holder
Ok. I hope this will help. Think Sunny orange County California. Think high end clients who want a reason to go with your company. Oh, by the way I hope everyone is having a nice Sunday. 8) Ok, back to the logo. First impressions are crucial. If I am to change the look and feel of the company, it has to promote a little of what I have said. Expressions, try using a solid color for the state of Ca. Also, try having the lettering more aesthetically correct. Centered more or something. Hope this helps. Cheers!
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xpressions Creative
With all due respect, we are not mind readers. Designing a logo for you requires a 2-way street of communication. If there is no input and feedback from your side we will all be shooting in the dark. You mention California, wood floors, tiles, etc. and the concepts presented already include this yet aren't hitting the mark for you. We need to understand what you like and do not like so we can move forward in an educated manner and not just a crap shoot. Also, insulting the designer's integrity (working for basically nothing as only ONE designer will be awarded "not much" cash prize) and the work that is put forth for your consideration will most certainly deter others from entering designs. Not sure if you read up on the guidelines (http://www.elogocontest.com/contest-holder.php) however I pay close attention to points number 4, 5 and 9: 4. Provide feedback for everyone The majority of the designers that submit entries to your contest (in fact, all but one) will not receive anything more for their work than the comments that you leave them for their designs. Please let each and every designer know what you think about their entries and rate each one. 5. Be very, very polite Everybody here works very hard, even if you think a submitted entry is the most disgusting thing you have ever seen in your life there is still a good chance that someone took quite a bit of time on it so politely tell them why you don't like it. There is never any reason to be rude. 9. Be as detailed as possible Providing as much information as you can about what you are looking for is always best. When you fill out the Design Brief be sure to provide as much information as possible about what you are looking for. When providing feedback to the designers be as specific as possible about what you like and don't like.
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thefloorpro Contest Holder
Listen, I put this into your hands. You guys come up with creative logos. If I knew what I wanted, I would have handled it. I have a current logo www.cfs2006.com, check it out. I am here because I want to see your creativity with the limited info that I give you. Please dig deep and think about it. California, Wood floors, carpet, tile.... EDITED BY ELOGOCONTEST STAFF
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thefloorpro Contest Holder
These logos are pure could use a litte more heart. Please create from your heart! CHEERS! EDITED BY ELOGOCONTEST STAFF
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xpressions Creative
Thank you for the score, however, could you provide feedback as to your likes and dislikes. This provides some direction and assists us in the creative development of your logo.