Yaycy is a Singapore based shopping company.
Yaycy the word doesn't mean anything at all, it's completely made up.
The site is simple enough that we don't really need it to be obvious through the logo exactly what the company does. It does however need to fit in with the look of the site. - We will try and post some images and color themes we are using to help give you a better idea of what the site looks like soon.
We would like the logo to incorporate a graphic element but be able to be rendered without this initially as just a word
We are looking to launch soon and are targeting the top end of the market.
We want people who love trying new things and love eating out, doing physical activities and shopping. They are male and female, 18 years old + and have disposable income
Ideally our audience will be buying things that are normally on the upper reach of their budget, luxury items, so if that can be conveyed it would be great.
If the logo design goes well and the designer is skilled in web design we would look to employ them to take our wire-frames and work with us to apply the same look and feel to the site.
The logo needs to sit nicely on both letterhead and on the website.
It needs to be able to have a as yet undecided tag-line running along the bottom but also can sit comfortably by itself. We are trying to keep our website minimal and have included a couple of websites we like the look of and logos we think are pretty sweet.
Currently we are thinking of the site having a blue or green base but would like to be able to see the logo sit comfortably in most colors. It also needs to be able to shrink down without losing detail and to be horizontally orientated.
*** UPDATE*** Blue or green on the website does not mean a blue or green logo, simply that it shouldn't look bad with those colors, e.g. it complements them!
A image that sits beside the logo would be nice but we don't have any firm requirements for this yet, we will update soon accordingly.
Here are some sites we like the look of:
http://500friends.com/product - Love the simplicity here
http://www.finecooking.com/ - Like the site but the logo is slightly too simple
http://groupon.com/ - Love the site, not the logo
Logos that are cool: