Dejan really did understand our brand and delivered what we were really looking for. Dejan was very much open to feedback during the contest; took our feedback and executed very well. We'll for sure work with Dejan in the future.
How Ross Tulloch started their logo design journey
zeroonetwenty is a Mac/iPhone software company. Our home on the web is zeroonetwenty.com. We have bunch of great products and now we need to back it up with some great design. This is step one: the logo.
zeroonetwenty is tiny but growing fast. It isn't ever intended to be a corporate behemoth - just the opposite - it's intended to be a small band of highly skilled software creators, fascinated by the future of software, working on products that we're passionate about.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our target audience is tech savvy ("power", "pro") Mac/iPhone users. In the future it may be a little broader (web, unix, server apps) but it'll still be tech savvy users. Plans for building rocket ships are a long way off.
The logo will feature prominently on zeroonetwenty.com and will inspire the (much needed) redesign of our website.
Logo should contain the text "zeroonetwenty". You can break it up if you wish (zero one twenty), you can stack the words on top of each other. You can make it 3D. You can't use just digits (0120).
No cartoons, especially no twitter-esque wildlife.
I want a logo that people will want to stop and look at. A logo that is slightly cryptic or mysterious. A logo people will, perhaps, have to "figure out". A logo that makes people think. A puzzle.
Sound like fun?
Should work equally well on black or white backgrounds.
Go crazy. Surprise me if you want. I'll only be disappointed if the designs are dull!
Please do not use any stock images or clip art in the logo.
Print file format - .ai (CMYK)
Web file format - .png and layered .psd (RGB)