tkleff got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Kleffman for Judge
Check out tkleff's Logo design contest…
Justice will be served.
Craig Kleffman - I'm running for judge in San Diego in 2016. I'm a Deputy District Attorney (prosecutor), currently, in Los Angeles, CA. AtT the time of the election, the ballot will say CRAIG KLEFFMAN - Gang/Homicide Prosecutor. It is a non-partisan race, so no party will be mentioned. Local elections of this type are known as low information races: No one knows anything about the candidate. The only purpose of the campaign is to gain name recognition. I expect to use my website (craigkleffman.com [it's also getting a makeover in the next few weeks]), social media [twitter: @t_kleff, Kleffman for Judge on facebook], yard signs, and some flyers delivered to the most important voters to further my name recognition. So, I expect to fully use the logo. Moreover, although I'm running in 2016, if I fail, I expect to run again in 2018 -- consequently, I don't want any dates in the logo, as i would expect to reuse them. Finally, I am conservative by profession and nature. And, while I can't be overly public about it, I do believe it is important that violent criminals go to prison for a long time. So, what some of the election rules for judges prohibit me from being that explicit, but nonetheless, the undertone of my message will include that idea. I'm a family man (with two small kids) and a nice wife.
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors: Let designers make suggestions:
I do expect there will be further design work through the campaign: e.g., social media, website, cards, flyers, banners, etc. etc. etc. I looked through prior designs and found several designs I thought were excellent: (1) Tom Gordon logo by "Pinksalty" (find at: https://99designs.com/profiles/1412710/designs/341175?from=%2Fdiscover%3Fcategory%3Dlogo-design%26industry%3Dpolitics;); (2) I like the Chet Middleston design, too (here: https://99designs.com/profiles/2091082/designs/388773?from=%2Fdiscover%3Fcategory%3Dlogo-design%26industry%3Dpolitics%26page%3D3); (3) Frontline Political Strategy is also simple, which I like (here: https://99designs.com/profiles/1300010/designs/166126?from=%2Fdiscover%3Fcategory%3Dlogo-design%26industry%3Dpolitics%26page%3D4). Finally, simple design not only speaks to me, but will reduce the price of reproducing yard/highway signs (fewer print colors) -- and should also emphasize the candidate name, as that is far and away the most important aspect of the marketing--name recognition.
US$299 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at HK$2,399.
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 design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
tkleff collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Designer provided a ton of value for what was charged and communicated very well. I would completely recommend them for your projects. I look forward to using them for more upcoming work!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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