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Motionreactor
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I decided to use DIN (some number version, forgot which) as my logotype.;)

Nice font… looks very clean.

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CreativeMilk
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Logo marketplace? Why….. a logo has to be uniqe and not stock

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CheshireCat
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Logo marketplace? Why….. a logo has to be uniqe and not stock

If you read his initial post he was taking about them having a unique price not stock value :)

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CreativeMilk
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Logo marketplace? Why….. a logo has to be uniqe and not stock
If you read his initial post he was taking about them having a unique price not stock value :)

Lol, well i dont have read al of the reply’s, ;) srry

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Bebel
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not the responses I hoped for ;-)

I don’t think it’s such a bad idea: Many startups don’t have the money to spent on a logo designer and a good logo can be a great starting point for a whole website design!

I had several clients getting their logos from crowdspring competitions – they had good logos but nothing you couldn’t have found somewhere for less (as stock).

Anyway: I guess I won’t be able to sell my logos here in the future ;-)

cheers

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PixeledArt
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Logos should be unique.

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GeorgiaBusinessCenter
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Yes, Yes, Yes

I need help with my logo now.

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Kram
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Just a thought. Perhaps a person or company wanting a logo could post a description about what they do and perhaps the type of logo they are looking for. Designers could then design something up and post their idea into secure area provided by envato (possible?) Put a time limit of perhaps 10 days on it so people know where they stand and stop time wasters If the person or company wants one of the logos they pay for it through their account. Envato gets their cut and the company gets their logo. If some one consistently asks for designs then never downloads after an agreed number they can no longer ask for jobs as the would just be picking peoples brains.

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Enemies
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Just a thought. Perhaps a person or company wanting a logo could post a description about what they do and perhaps the type of logo they are looking for. Designers could then design something up and post their idea into secure area provided by envato (possible?) Put a time limit of perhaps 10 days on it so people know where they stand and stop time wasters If the person or company wants one of the logos they pay for it through their account. Envato gets their cut and the company gets their logo. If some one consistently asks for designs then never downloads after an agreed number they can no longer ask for jobs as the would just be picking peoples brains.

Could be complications with that but sounds like a good idea overall.

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theflyingtinman
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Just a thought. Perhaps a person or company wanting a logo could post a description about what they do and perhaps the type of logo they are looking for. Designers could then design something up and post their idea into secure area provided by envato (possible?) Put a time limit of perhaps 10 days on it so people know where they stand and stop time wasters If the person or company wants one of the logos they pay for it through their account. Envato gets their cut and the company gets their logo. If some one consistently asks for designs then never downloads after an agreed number they can no longer ask for jobs as the would just be picking peoples brains.
Could be complications with that but sounds like a good idea overall.

Sounds a lot like Worth1000 Corporate Contests, except there the client commissioning the design pays up front (they select the prize amount) and must select one logo from the entries (and can commission private customization by the winning designer if the logo selected is not exactly what they wanted)

But that works because they already have a team of talented logo designers, with almost every contest attracting at least one or two of the top designers (and of course the clients offering the highest prize money attract more of the top designers to their contests).

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