So, we obviously have a fixation on leaves... Truthfully, we're inclined to not submit any images as suggestions and just let you be creative geniuses with our company name, so feel free to disregard any/everything we've uploaded. Good LIfe Home Care will provide personal care services to seniors in their homes, so we want a logo that projects compassion, hope, life, trust, etc.
The logo shouldn't be too complicated and needs to be easily adapted for use in print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc), online media, merchandise, signs, television, etc.
EDIT:We are really excited about our contest after looking through your initial entries. Thank you for your creativity and for the time spent coming up with these designs!
Moving into the next few days, we'd like you to focus a little more on incorporating a home into the overall design of the logos you create and submit for consideration. Please take a look at the sample logos we provided at the beginning of this contest and reference the Huning logo. We're not looking for a knock-off of that logo, obviously, but it is a good example of the elements we're looking for.
Home, for most seniors, is a source of incredible comfort, peace and independence. A place filled with wonderful memories of friends and loved ones. Our company strives to provide the care seniors need in order for them to continue living in the place they love the most. We're looking for a logo that conveys the same warmth that a good home provides.
Some feedback that we hope is helpful: While we do appreciate the beautiful and contrasting colors in the logos you've submitted to date, we really want something that can be re-sized and is adaptable to black and white as well-- something that can be easily inserted into all sorts of media. We recommend you submit logos in various sizes, both in color and in black and white, to help us get a good visual.
Again, thank you for your work so far. We are eager to see the results of your work over the next few days and moving into the final round. Please feel free to ask questions.
Peter and Chad