Nimo124 got their new illustration or graphics by running a design contest:
Growing Kiwis needs a new illustration
Check out Nimo124's Illustration or graphics contest…
Our product is a platform that provides a website, portfolios and parents portal for early childhood education centres.
What's your vision?
== More Info at the bottom == We are redesigning our website. The design itself is already done - but we need a header and 5-8 extra illustrations (that "align with the header") to support the message. The color scheme of the new website is mostly green and white (rgb 81,163,81). The illustrations should have lively colors, and the main motive should be cute baby kiwi-birds. The header needs to show a few kiwi birds (in childcare ages) - playing together (e.g. with toy cars). It should have space to put our logo in it and our tag line (so the birds will either need to be on the right - or at the bottom of the header - so logo and tag line can go on top). The extra illustrations should portray various features of the platform - and will be discussed when the header concept is selected. The image attached is a preview of our new design. === More Info === Ok - so the finals round is here. I want to add some more points to help you guys create the best entries. I am going to give pointers on the best entry so far by each designer: #38 - The kiwis are unique and most look good. The trees are very nice as well. Points to improve: Kiwi on the far left does not look good, and we don't need 'so many' kiwis. 4-6 should be enough. Shadowing is inconsistent. Also - the left side of the image, where I may want to put my logo and tagline does not actually leave a lot of space for them. It's probably better to have a much more gentle slope for the hill on the left. #50 - the kiwis are cute and quite unique. Also - the entire illustration is consistent in the "feeling" - and I like that. Also - most of kiwis are definitely playing together.Points to improve: the kites are not necessary.The three kiwis at the back used to have a skip rope. Now that they don't - it isn't clear what they are doing. The beaks and feet are in yellow - but it looks almost transparent. #65 - the overall layout is simple and alluring. The background is also nice- I LOVE the train idea (note comment at the end). Points to improve: The kiwis wings are strange and the one on the top right - his eyes are wrong too. Also - there doesn't seem to be a feeling of 'playing together' #75 : Note how this is almost exactly what I asked for. There are kiwis playing, no diapers. Cubes have "growing kiwis" on them, the kiwis all look like children. There is space for the logo and our tagline. The colors are good, the landscape is nice - and the header+webpage try works really well. Points to improve: kiwis eyes - can be a bit darker. Beak and feet can be a warm yellow. Also - there are two clouds with razor-straight bottoms which I don't like, the hot-air baloon isn't required. I would like to see a version also of the high mountain on the other side (so - not obscured by the tree). Everyone: I like the train idea - I want to see the train with the letter-cubes spelling growing kiwis. This can be in two rows as well - and you are welcome to even play with this idea as sort of a logo.
A few headers we like - to give you the general taste: http://deanoakley.com/ http://oldloft.com/ http://www.1024media.com/
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Illustration or graphics starts at £279.
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 illustration or graphics.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Nimo124 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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