Design a Logo for luxury phone outlet
- Durum: Closed
- Ödül: $50
- Alınan Girdiler: 58
- Kazanan: ink33
The project is a professionally designed logo, being commissioned for a newly established luxury phone outlet.
The company is called AAA Arden London and specialises in selling limited edition luxury mobile phones and laptop computers.
Most items are designer branded names such as Vertu, Cartier and Christian Dior.
All items are bespoke personalised according to customer order- jewel encrusted, platinum/ gold base highlight colouration/ personal initials or corporate emblem engraving.
Currently the company holds stock with an estimated value of $450000. Product ranges are priced per unit in the $15000-$18000 region.
As the company set premium prices, first impressions are crucial.
Perceptions of luxury, brand quality and impeccable standards of service amongst clients are key to company image and the company repeat business/ personal recommendation business model.
The logo needs to project an upmarket, luxury image.
The logo must illustrate the firm’s commitment to excellence- it needs to be bright and colourful .
Hence, the logo must be very visible, strikingly attractive, memorable and reflect the prestige which underpins the reputation of the newly incorporated legal firm.
The logo can include italic fonts but must stand out from the logos of established luxury brands/ designer brand distribution outlets.
Any JPEG compatible format will be acceptable.
The logo must be bright and very colourful; something that presents an eye catching picture that attracts people’s attention and convinces them to look again.
It is expected that the logo will feature the company's rainbow swirl theme.
Rainbow swirl is sort of like bright rainbow colour dust swirling around- image attached to illustrate this theme.
The more bright colours and different fonts used in the logo the better.
Italics, block capitals and any others are welcome.
Flowing italic script fonts are fine so long as they are legible and easy to read.
The only things that are absolutely NOT wanted to see in the logo are:
No depressing, boring colours like grey or orange.
No shapes that can be mistaken for weapons or controversial symbols/ signs.
It is hoped that the logo will have an immediate impact on a customers mind when they see it for the first time.
The initial impression of luxury technology with a difference- elegant and conservative but also colourful, bright and interesting.
An eye catching colourful logo completely different to the traditionally dull styles where logos tend to be almost entirely made up of the company name in text, written in black and white.
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