we want to inform you about our further proceed. to come to a
decision, we want to start again after the holidays - with a larger
round, but continued in this contest and 99designs. so we can not
ultimately decide. the money will stay in this contest and will be
awarded in the next steps, thats also why we are carefully actually.
thank you for your continued cooperating and we´ll give you more
Infos in a few days. So do not be surprised if the contest is paused
at the moment. thank you. green farmer
we are getting a little furstrated with all the leafs and trees and
are not quite sure where they are coming from given the briefing for
GreenFarmer. Thus we want to be very clear at this point again and
reiterate the feedback we have given many designers.
We do not want to see any leafs of trees. GF is not a tree nursery nor
a plant shop. We want the log to reflect what the customer can expect
to get from GreenFarmer.
- what GF does must get across: high quality, locally and sustainably
- logo must exude trust (people want to trust the guy from whom they
buy their food)
- logo must be clear and clean
- stick to the colour in the briefing
Green Farmer Team
We sell locally produced food through an online market place and
deliver the fresh goodies to your doorstep. We bring transparancy to
the food you buy and eat by connecting you - the consumer - directly
with the producer of your food, i.e. local farmer, local butcher or
bakery that only uses local produce etc.
GreenFarmer is all about sustainable thinking when it comes to the
food we eat.
GreenFarmer is about connecting customers directly to locally
produced, high quality food, which is offered through an online
place. On the plattform a seasonal assortment of local produce as
as other sustainibly and locally produced food products will be
offered. Producer and consumer get a place for getting together and
learning more about each other - if they wish. However, the main
business is the sale of locally produced food.
Once the shopping basket is ordered we deliver the goodies to the
customers door step.
1. Young professionals in large cities with little time on their hand
and little motivation to spend the little free time they have on
shopping locally produced and sustainable products. This group
generally has an above average income and is concerne about what they
eat, but simply don't have the time "to be what they eat".
2. Young double income families from 30-45 who have high disposable
income, want to eat healthy and locally produced foods. This group
also suffers from tiome constraints which makes
healthy/sustainable/and local produces shopping very hard.