Last updated on December 14th, 2019
Such an overwhelming response! We thank each and every member on our platform for their great response in choosing the winner among the ‘Best 11 at Designhill’. Your involvement is encouraging. It’s time to announce the winner.
And the designer who has been crowned the winner is— Ravi Naveen! He garnered the maximum number of votes for his ‘OneSexyBikerChick’ logo for the month of December. Congratulations Ravi Naveen!
OneSexyBikerChick (Designed By Ravi Naveen)
Ravi Naveen’s creative touch made this biker logo stand out. Inessa Hansen was specific about the requirement— ‘Freshen up the registered trademark logo.’ The contest got a total of 94 design entries. Here is the redesigned logo that was chosen by the client.
Here Are The “Best 11 at Designhill” Nominees For The Month Of December
Sang Lee had specified that his ‘mission’ was ‘to create an intimate community experience that engages, creates and delights.’ He preferred that the design should carry ‘brand identity’ element. Well, you can see Raphis’ creativity fulfilling all the requirements. Sang Lee picked this design out of 136 entries.
Among 178 entries, this design from Raju Anto was declared winner. The logo features a simple but impressive design that Eid Tamimi picked over others. Typeface is simple but icon used is symbolic that features a man-like illustration carrying a box. All in all, it symbolizes shipping service that the company is into.
[Source: View Case Study On Designhill] [Raju Anto]
The design from Nosha Business Solution bagged the winner award among 207 entries. Golden and white shades make the logo minimal but effective. Vanessa Lovato went for this design that combines the name, street and florist altogether.
Hassan Khalil wanted a minimal but eye-catching logo design suitable for branding as well. The requirement didn’t end here. According to the client, the design should have flexibility as well which could be fit for even small packaging such as 30ml dropper bottle and so on. Vampire Breath beat 225 entries to take home the winner award.
L. C. Barlow
Lindsey Barlow needed website design to set up her author website. Her target audience mainly consists of readers of paranormal horror, fantasy, and speculative fiction. Out of 14 entries, Mohammed Hassan’s design ended up winning the contest. What do you think of the design?
While posting the contest, Perry Kirkwood had clearly specified— ‘The logo needs to pop out, should be original and easy-to-use for branding purposes.’ Abdul Hidayat reviewed the design brief carefully and came up with a unique design. He stood as a winner among 109 entries.
Alyssa Hackett was very particular while describing the logo requirement— ‘Incorporate imagery of the wolf in a way that doesn’t look generic or cheesy. The wolf shouldn’t look mean but protective.’ Sabar understood the instructions very well to create a meaningful logo you see here. There were total 168 entries from different designers. Sabar’s logo was picked as the winner.
Jeff Guthrie knew what he wanted— something perfect for handcrafted kitchen cabinetry. He also clarified that the house logos that he has seen often show style but fail to give a clue of the exact thing they do. So, the need was for something fresh and uncommon. This is why Aqib’s design was crowned as the winner.
Advanced Mosquito Solutions
Jeff Covelluzzi has very basic but unique design needs. His preference was a sleek design including the name of the company. He further mentioned that the highlight should be on the name. Innovation Paradise followed the guideline and won the contest.
Ali Wilson wanted a logo with timelessness. It should also be straight-forward and give the audience a clear view about what the company does. The contest got 115 entries altogether, and Mandy Van Der Merwe’s design was selected as the winner.
Thanks to everyone that voted in this month’s Best 11 Designs Of The Month.