Simple Logo Design (Food-Related)
- Status: Pending
- Prize: $25
- Entries Received: 24
We're Pizzacodes. We show people where to save money on food delivery. Imagine a Groupon for food delivery.
We need a new logo, containing a word brand and an icon. It can be an icon + word mark combination or a character/mascot + word mark. You can see examples of the two in the attached zip file.
Pizzacodes (no restrictions on wether it should be capital letters or not, give us some examples and we will decide
Area of business:
- either red & yellow
- or red & orange
You can use hues, but make sure that the main colors stay distinct. You can use black & white, but only to accentuate/separate/as borders, and please note that this clearly isn't a must.
- As male as female
- A little bit more young than old
- Completely economic, not luxurious
- A good bit more modern than old-school
- A good bit more playful than serious (but not so much that it gets too neat/childish)
- A good bit more loud (color) than the opposite
- Much more simple than complex
- Completely obvious, not subtle
There is a big example for how we would like it to be, and that is the attached logo (the red one, of course). Notice: we like the balance between soft and hard and the modifications in the typeface, and the easily recognizable, yet uncomplicated icon - but we won't accept a copy of this logo. The logo should be on par - design paradigm wise - with most of what's out there in cool web companies, but remember: we're food.
Surprise us, in a good way!
//EDIT: I posted this as a comment underneath the contest. Please read it so you don't waste your time drawing the wrong type of logo:
"Guys, we need a very simple logo, but it should also not look like it's been created in Word-Art. The pizza definitely is not a must, we are for all foods: surprise me with your creativity. The most important thing however is, that you make the logo VeRY sime, yet distinguishing (meaning not just a font like tat but with a modification or two, and no basic geometric shapes). Also, apart from a bit of shading here and there, we don't like 3-D logos. It should be usable in b/w, large and small, and e colors should be easily distinguishable (don't use more than one or two hues)."