bPlanCompetitions Logo Concepts

I hired a logo artist by the name of Jennifer Gildea, working from Delaware; she has her own company and can be found at www.designsthings.com. She has been a pleasure to work with and I feel horrible that I have yet to send her, the check I have promised. I just keep forgetting to put it in the mail.

She has so graciously designed 3 logo concepts for at the price of $225.00. Yes it’s not the cheapest price nor is it as expensive as the LogoWorks.com silver package of $299.00. She gave me 3 concepts and 3 revisions. But I feel that it was money well spent. I did get one designer with Jennifer, with logo works I would have had 2, she gave me 3 concepts Logo Works will give me 4, she gave me 3 revisions Logo Works only gives me 2. Yes I could say that LogoWorks.com could have been the better choice, but working with the right designer personally can make all the difference.

When I purchased a design from LogoWorks.com for the UVSC business plan competition I was a little disappointed in fact I spruced the final logo up my self, adding embossing and so forth to make it look 3-D.

Jennifer’s concepts already look 3-D and I am happy with all three of them. I have uploaded them for you to see. Please add a comment and tell me which ones you prefer for a business plan competition website.

Working with Jennifer has been fun and fabulous, she is savvy not only in design & layout but in color and image concepts from a marketing perspective.

Logo Concepts in PDF format:

Concept 1

Concept 2

Concept 3

2 thoughts on “bPlanCompetitions Logo Concepts

  1. Yeah, I’ve worked with LogoWorks and have been mostly pleased, but have had somewhat mixed results. LogoWorks has an awesome business model and they give small business owners a way to get a professionally designed logo at a decent price, but as you’ve pointed out, you can also find a designer on your own and maybe even save a few dollars. Design is such an objective discipline (it’s an art form), I find that opinions of quality regarding logos vary so much it’s incredible. It’s not uncommon for 50% of the world to love a logo and the other 50% hate it. Normally, the better direction you give (in terms of style, colors, etc), the happier you will be with the results. If you say “surprise me” or “give me a cool logo”, you will probably be disappointed with the end product.

    By the way, I like the bottom version of the first concept.

  2. Dave,

    Good to hear from you again. How on earth did you ever find me. I saw your companies website. Seems like you have gathered some awsome clients since we last talked.

    I am truly excited for you. Cheers!

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