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This was the first time I used a design contest site and the experience was very good. We received many great designs and ended up with one that matched our vision very well. I appreciated the opportunity to extend the contest, it gave us a chance to think over the various designs and then ask for new versions for the ones we liked best. The contest site was also easy and nice to use. The only hindrance was that the rules of the contest were a bit difficult to find in one place. For example, I wasn't sure at first what would happen if I eliminated an entry from the contest.
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UPDATE #3: We extended the contest and we would love to see some tweaks to the best designs so far! UPDATE #2: Many thanks to all who've submitted designs! We'll have a hard time deciding which one is the best. We'll take a couple of days to scout our partners' and customers' opinions but we'll do our best to announce the winner as soon as possible. Feel free to send me a message if you have any questions. Thanks again! UPDATE: We've been thinking about our name and came to a conclusion that we don't want to emphasize the difference between the two words "Head" and "Sted". In fact, we might change the "Headsted". For new designs, it would be nice to see both forms of the text (that is, "HeadSted" and "Headsted") so we can compare them. Thanks for your efforts, lots of nice designs already! HeadSted is a small startup company based in Finland but with a global audience. Our mission is to help people who feel anxious, restless, nervous or otherwise unwell in their heads. The logo should somehow reflect that: it can communicate ideas such as finding one’s inner strength, overcoming shyness, connecting with others or minding your head. It can also radiate positivity, energy or support. Our vision is to use this logo (or some variation) on all things: website, t-shirts, business cards, towels, etched in marble at our HQ, on our company zeppelin, whatever ;) The logo can also involve a mascot (such as a humanoid or a furry animal) that we could use on our website and online courses. We have some fuzzy ideas about the mascot: it could be something like a small elf, a tarsier, or some other cute and perhaps slightly nervous creature (use your imagination!). We would want to use it in different places and contexts to make the look livelier and more personal. For example, the mascot could be hiding behind a pile of books when we present stuff about presentation anxiety; it could creep around hugging the walls when we talk about social anxiety; or it could look happy and relieved, standing out in the open, when we succeed in overcoming anxiety! If you can incorporate such a mascot into the logo design, all the better. You can find more details at our website http://headsted.com. Note that the website is at a very early stage and looks a bit too serious at this point, so don't use it as a guideline for the logo appearance :) Any colors are fine as long as they communicate the message.