sullal got their new logo & brand identity pack by running a design contest:
Disruptive Materials Technology Company needs a Revolutionary Logo
Check out sullal's Logo & brand identity pack contest…
Amastan provides a disruptive manufacturing platform that has the capability to displace traditional materials processing techniques (such as chemical, solution phase, combustion, solid-state). We are able to do this by utilizing a novel patented plasma technology that will drastically reduce the cost of manufacturing by 50-90%, dramatically reduce waste by-products, and enable the production of materials tailored to specific size, shape, size distribution, crystallinity and composition. This ability will also help revolutionize the materials industries by opening up applications and products that to date could not be accessed due to limitations in cost and complexity of current manufacturing techniques. Target customers are a wide range of materials consuming companies – established traditional industrial companies such as GE, Alcoa to newer companies working on leading edge technology in the fields of LED lighting, batteries, display screens and corrosion resistant coatings. Key themes to convey with the logo: disruptive technology, leading edge, materials manufacturing, cost reduced, environmentally friendly, enabler of new applications, ability to engineer materials’ characteristics on demand
Other color requirements
Blues are visually appealing (personal preference) Oranges convey some element of the technology we are using (fire, sun) Very open to suggestions by the designer
The technology we use is similar to what sustains the sun and stars to provide unending heat and light. Our plasma has the same temperature as the sun’s surface. In essence we create a “mini-sun” in our processing equipment. A logo that captures the sun concept or flames of the surface of the sun (but demonstrating control in some fashion) is a starting point. Logo should convey the following: Not stodgy brick and mortar (i.e. Been around) but disruptive Look & feel of technology, and not consumer-oriented Logo to be multicolored or multi shaded. Single color not preferred In future Amastan will have subsidiaries that could utilize the same logo but with a change based on the focus of their specific subsidiary. As an example – a spin-off that could be focused on building the equipment using the technology or a subsidiary that makes a particular material using this technology. Urls of websites for companies that are in our domain (as a reference for look and feel) http://forgenano.com/ http://www.a123systems.com/ https://www.soraa.com/ http://nbdnano.com/
US$ 899 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo & brand identity pack starts at €549.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo & brand identity pack.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
sullal collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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