Design - Design a logo for the upcoming [J]worldorder
Name to incorporate in the logo Jworldorder Slogan to incorporate in the logo None specified. Description of the organization and its target audience [J]worldorder.com will be a website dedicated to Japanese pop culture written in the English. This includes news about music, anime, manga, movies, technology and fashion. The site will be targeted towards a slightly more female audience within the age range of 18-24, with an appeal towards 25-34 year olds. Industry Entertainment & The Arts Preferred logo types An image or shape that is easily recognizable is used to represent your business. An abstract shape or symbol is used to convey the values of your business. Representing trends from the internet including gradients, rounded corner etc. An image or shape that is easily recognizable is used to represent your business. An abstract shape or symbol is used to convey the values of your business. Representing trends from the internet including gradients, rounded corner etc. Sample logos None specified. Values to communicate Feminine Masculine Young Mature Luxury Economical Modern Classic Playful Serious Loud Quiet Simple Complex Subtle Obvious Color preferences red, green, gray To be used on Print (Business cards, letterheads, brochures etc) Online (Website, online advertising, banner ads etc) Merchandise (Mugs, T-shirts etc) Television/screen Notes This will be the company logo. The few stipulations are the logo needs to incorporate green (RGB 00 64 00) grey and/or red, and there should be an eye incorporated into the design. Please do not use an Anime styled eye. The "J" and the eye will play a major role in marketing and will often be used alone to identify the brand. The [J]worldorder is stylized with the "J" always bracketed throughout the site and on company documents. The long term plan for the company is to have many spin off websites so a flexible design is desired. The name [J]worldorder is cyberpunk inspired. The name is meant to sound a little ominous but the true meaning is "to put your Jworld in order" (Japanese entertainment ex. jpop) since it's not always easy to find Japanese entertainment in the English language without searching at least a dozen websites. [J]worldorder is all one world with a capital "J" Logos I like: Apple Youtube Pandora Competitors (term used losely): tokyohive.com generasia.com jpopasia.com I've attached a few eyes I like for your reference. Industry standard JPEG & EPS files to use for screen and print situations are needed. Thanks in advance for your entry. -Michael B
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