DylCoops got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Design a logo for a game / toy called Snapi
Check out DylCoops's Logo design contest…
Games & Recreational
Excuse me, I might be a little vague as we haven't launched the product yet ;) - but I hope this is enough information Snapi is a simple, interactive system using illustrations and visuals to help children practice and learn a language. It uses a combination of illustrations and 3D shapes that form a system which multiple activities can be performed with the child/patient The product is currently aimed at teachers, speech therapists, educational psychologists, moms etc. that will use the product as a tool to help their children/patients learn and practice a language. I have attached a picture of the Snapi buttons. These little buttons are the main feature of the product. You are welcome to incorporate the shape somehow or any other shape/illustration/character that you think could suit the brand
More on the brand - Snapi. Ultimately it’s all about communication/language. Snapi is a game/activity/toy/system that people will use to learn, practice, improve their communication skills. The main feature to the product is the buttons which holds the information. How are we choosing the logo: 1. Is it simple. Does it work in one colour, will it work across all mediums such as print, digital, animation, embroidery etc. 2. Is it relatable. Does the logo somehow relate back to the core business of Snapi being communication/language/education/learning 3. Is it memorable. Can you explain it to someone. Hey!? Have you heard about Snapi? No, what is that? Haven’t you seen the logo with the bla bla bla 4. Is the logo playful while keeping professional. The logo is attached to a brand that is starting off in the childrens industry but may reach into adults and general board game industry. So we want to keep the logo fun, not too childlike, with the right amount of a professional feel. To conclude: So far, we have seen parrots and speech bubbles being the closest to hitting the brief (I’m sure there are other ways to relate communication through the logo). There have been a few button designs but nothing that’s quite hit the mark. We like having a character/illustration attached to the logo, this helps with the memorable factor. We just ask to keep it simple, keep it somehow relating to the brand, and the last one, make sure there’s some fun? Does the logo make you smile when you look at it?
299 US$ Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at €269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
DylCoops collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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