Develop a Corporate Identity for Everyday Devices
- Estado: Closed
- Prêmio: $500
- Inscrições Recebidas: 85
- Vencedor: danbodesign
Síntese do concurso
Everyday Devices is a new electronics company based in Australia and we need a corporate identity
The flagship product for Everyday Devices is a family of wireless products that switch existing light fittings on and off. There is no cabling or wiring required so no need for an electrician, anyone will be able to add a new switch to any light fitting.
All future products will have the same mantra as this new flagship product. Easy to use, no need for expensive tradesman (DIY) and designed to make life just a little bit easier. They will be sold in retail stores.
The branding should be clean, simple and functional to compliment the products.
To enter this contest we would like to see your best:
Slogan for our company
Full logo incorporating our name "Everyday Devices" and the new slogan.
Double sided colour A4 Flyer template
If successful you will have 1 week to complete the other items required by us.
•Full Logo with name and slogan
•Smaller sized icon version
•Typography (Corporate font and style)
•With compliments slip
•Corporate folder with business card slip
o Double sided
•Email signature block
•Banner and profile image suitable for Facebook
Product branding for flagship wireless light switch product
•Logo and slogan for product family
•Double sided A4 manual template
•Double sided A4 Flyer template
•Gift box design for wireless light switch
o Wall switch
Box size 130 x 70 x 55
o Wireless socket
Box size 130 x 160 x 55
Please be innovative and unique in your design. We will require all the working files for all deliverables (i.e. indesign, illustrator, photoshop files)
There will be future work after this contest for a website, other product branding and packaging design. We hope to keep the same freelancer for all future work.
We look forward to seeing all entries.
Feedback do Empregador
“Very helpful with changes, great concepts and artistic design. Will use again.”