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I just get so irritated with local designers producing designs that they want you to use. It's not about what the designer wants, it's about what you want and they are there to help me to achieve my goals.

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When I came to design contest I was looking for a face for my company, never in my wildest dreams did I think I would have one inside of 7 days to my complete satisfaction. To think that inside of one week I had 155 awesome designs to choose from was amazing!

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How does Logo Design Contest work

1Set up your brief

Just fill out simple online form and in just minutes, our designers will get started on your Logo Design right away!

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2Review & provide feedback

Once designs have been submitted to your Logo Design contest, you`ll be able to rate each entry and provide feedback to designers. Rating entries is easy and quick, and helps to guarantee that you`ll get a Logo Design you love!

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3Pick a winning design!

Often the hardest step in the process, you`ll have so many great designs to choose from! Just pick the Logo Design you like best and we`ll do the rest.


Questions we frequently get

  • How much does Logo Design contest cost?

    You are in control and can set your own budget for the contest, multiple prizes and other customizations that will make your contest appeal more to the designers. Higher contest budget promotes quality and attracts more designers, resulting in more variations for your new Logo Design. Customize your Logo Design contest and see final price by clicking Start a Contest button - You will not be charged until you decide to make your project live.

  • What if I do not like any entries?

    We offer 100% Money Back Guarantee policy which includes everything you have paid 100%. If you don't like any of the design entries we will give you your money back 100%.

  • Do I get Logo Design's copyrights transferred to me?

    Yes, every graphic design made here at DesignContest will have Design Copyrights transferred to the client from the designer, unless opted out by client.

  • Can I protect my Logo Design project with the Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA)?

    Yes, as part of the enhanced privacy feature client can have all who access their Logo Design project agree to the Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA).

  • I need full brand identity package - logo, business card, letterhead, powerpoint slide template and maybe a website design too

    We suggest you start with logo design contest first, define you new design style, then move forward with your business cards and other designs you may need reflecting your new brand identity, colors and theme. You can even ask your contest's winning designer who really understands your style requirements to complete the rest of the designs through the One-on-One project. You may also start with Logo & Business Cards design contest, which would result in logo & business cards design package.

  • What if I'm not sure exactly what I want?

    You've come to the right place! One of the biggest benefits of DesignContest crowdsourcing platform is the amount of choice and unique Logo Designs you will receive with your contest. You can then look through to find elements or entire designs that catch your eye and work with the designers towards that perfect Logo Design.

  • Should I run a contest or just hire a designer?

    Maybe the most difficult part is finding the designer who really understands your needs and design style requirements. This is why it is best to start a contest, find your winner and (as enjoyed by many here) continue working with your designer through One-on-One project individually. We make it easy, simple and fast for anybody to find their designers and get the unique graphic design done in the most efficient way.

  • How many entries can I expect in my Logo Design contest?

    The number of entries to expect is often determined by your Logo Design contest budget. Other customizations like for example Multiple Prizes, Guaranteed Contest and Featured Contest will attract more designers and promote creativity. You can see approximate expected number of design based on your budget and all available Logo Design contest's modification and promotions by clicking Start a Contest (no payment is required).

  • What should I include in Logo Design contest details?

    The contest Brief details should ultimately tell the designers what you need in your Logo Design. Things like your company history, what do you want the design to reflect, how and where the design will be used, what designs or styles you like and don't like out there, is very helpful to the designers. When starting the contest our easy brief wizard will take you through all the steps that you need to have the complete Logo Design brief.

  • Can I upload images to show designers?

    Yes! You can upload images and other files for the designers when you start your contest or you can add these files to your contest brief after your contest goes live.

  • Can I ask for modifications after I receive the Logo Design source files?

    Absolutely! Most contest holder's take about a week to ask for modifications to their Logo Design. Once you are happy with the source files, you can close the contest completely and release the funds to the designer.

  • How long will it take to get the Logo Design source files, after I choose a winner?

    After you have chosen a winner, the designer has 24 hours to prepare and send you the Logo Design source files.

  • Do I get support?

    DesginContest strives towards excellency in customer satisfaction and support. We are here to help you through every step of the way. Please don't hesitate to reach to us by calling, chatting or emailing at any time.

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This is an Intown real estate firm that wants to have a classy retro vibe. Circa 1950's font in gold with cream and teal accents. The logo should be a crest that is a gold retro looking compass.


Logo - Trinity symbol in different design, style, form, picture. 

Colors can be - black, blue, grey, green, red separately. 


Looking for a simple logo. My company is real estate services, I'm a real estate broker. The name came from the mixture of Realty (real estate) & Core (the center of, in the heart of). I do like the Droid San font. Any colors are good, as long as it relays confidence, assurance, and loyalty. I do like the dark colors of blue, any shades of blue and dark purples. 

$580 (pronounced "Guest View") produces 3D Virtual Tour's, focusing on Vacation Rental properties for rent, and Real Estate for sale.  We utilize a new 3D "Walkthrough" technology (similar to Google Street View) to produce self guided online tours for potential renters and buyers.  

We are looking for a logo that is simple, clean, and somewhat resembles our software provider's logo,   We'd also like to incorporate our tagline, "Real Estate in 3D".

While our logo cannot be exactly like the logo of, our goal is to make it feel similar, in order for customers to understand we are experts in the technology.  instead of the "square box", maybe it is an outline of a "home", but with the same stylized look as the square.  Also, play with different fonts, but Keep the "G" and the "V" capitalized.  


High end consignment store.  Women's clothes and accessories.


This logo is for a new division of Fozlek Electrical Services that caters solely to the Real Estate industry of WA. We liaise with Real Estate agencies to ensure houses are electrically compliant with sale regulations and are ready for pre-sale inspections. We act as a single point-of-call for real estate agents requiring on-going maintenance of rental properties and newly obtained houses that require electrical alterations and upgrades.

We have an existing logo that we wish to incorporate into the new one (please see Example Logo). REAL ESTATE DIVISION should be the focus of the logo. It will be printed on a dark grey shirt with pink stripes.


We build and design custom furniture, kitchens and built-ins. We offer design service as well. We are looking for a logo that is more modern ! You can see the logo on the first page!


(Edited 1/18, 2:15 PM PST.)  The name, Z-zero, applies to the electronics industry that I'm in … It’s usually represented as Z0 or Zo.  (So, the zero can be the number itself, or the number as a subscript.)  The dash is optional in the logo.  The dash really comes from the Web domain name that I'm going to use, which is (Note: No website yet, so no need to go there.)  The business isn't a "dot-com," BTW, but a strong Web presence is part of the marketing plan.

It's a B2B business, and my customers are engineers at electronics OEMs, like HP, Apple, Intel, or anyone designing electronic systems, or printed-circuit board (PCB) fabricators.  Ultimately, this needs to look professional (targeting electrical engineers), and work on a white background.  Bonus points for a modified version that would work on a black or navy-blue background (like the background in the PPT/PDF), and for a Win7-style software icon using the mark/logo.  (Added 1/18; you might want to wait and see what your score is before doing this.)  I'm not married to the colors I selected here.  I'm a geeky engineer (e.g., IBM/Intel blue), but I'm also a creative type - and appreciate color when it's used well.  (Edited 1/18.)

There are two product lines, currently:  [1] raw, conductive copper for power/ground/signal planes on PCBs, and [2] software for PCB stackup planning (think of a big, multi-layer sandwich), power distribution in a PCB, and possibly EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility).  In this market, Zo [Z-zero, Z0] represents the impedance (in ohms) of an electrical signal.  (Ohms is sometimes represented by Omega.)  This is a little geeky, and risks over-complicating a logo design, but I'll throw it out there anyway: the word "zero" has the Z and the 0 on the ends and "Er" (er, or epsilon-r) is an important characteristic of PCB material that's inversely proportional to Z0.  (Kind of neat/interesting ... Not sure what that means - if anything - in logo terms.) 

(Edited 1/17, 2:15 PM PST.) 


1. PCB "signal-trace" imagery ( o----o ) tends to get overused in logos in our industry.  A logo design that's overly-complex - with PCB signal-trace imagery - would be a bit "cliche."  Subtlety can go a long way.  At the prize level here, I'm guessing that top designs will be from actual graphic designers.  (People who do that for a job.)  On the other hand, if you've been submitting winning designs for $250 logo contests, you may have what it takes to win this one too.  (Added 1/17.)

2. I won't end up using a logo with a wide dash.  The dash is due to a Web domain that was available ... Nothing more.  (Added 1/18.)

I'm a hard grader, BTW, so please don't be offended by my scoring.  50 is a high score from me, and at the price I'm paying for this, I'm anticipating a lot of entries, and probably a few from pretty-experienced graphic designers.  In the end, logos rated about 75 will probably have the best chance, but I'm not going to be giving out any 100s.  Above 75 will probably be on the short list.  If you do receive a score of 75 or higher, my final decision is going to consider inclusion of a software icon (Win7 style) using the logo/mark. (Added 1/18, 2:15 PM.)