dave.smitty got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Playful, Yet Elegant Logo for a Central Hub for "WineClubz"
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Food & Drink
Wineclubz is an online and mobile portal for managing multiple wine club memberships from a single location. Members benefit by not jumping around to different winery web sites, obtain real-time communications from wineries, and can grow their club memberships via networking and higher club visibility. Registered wineries benefit from member reviews, social media mentions, direct links to websites, and a dashboard for direct communication to members, enhancing member retention, customer engagement, and club membership growth.
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This business targets both the wine club member and wineries. Depending on each, I'm thinking playful, yet elegant might be the desired style. Too playful, and I think wineries may not want to be associated, but too elegant is too stuffy for the consumer. I've attached some designs I got from a different company I used years ago before I knew about 99 designs. (logo prototypes.jpg) Received some feedback from a marketing expert, and he likes the first and last prototypes best (though the feedback I get from showing these to people is that they see breasts instead of glasses with wine in them). I'm just not sure they are elegant enough. Remember though, not stuffy. Maybe a combination of the 3 separate logos I uploaded? Struggling to find the "right" logo. I love the elegance and color palette in the wine glass with lipstick-like wine, leaves and grapes. Maybe use that as a base and integrate the name (I have the AI files for this). Or, I'm open to new suggestions as well... Also, logo representation will need to appear in mobile applications and will need to consider launch icon as well. There are aspects of the AgeeFarm logo I like - I like how graphics got blended into the text, I like that there is graphic representation with the leaves in addition to the text. Some visual indication that this is a wine club "aggregator" or "confluence" or something along those lines would be nice too.
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