Design a logo for a Welsh Language Playgroup
- Tila: Closed
- Palkinto: £30
- Vastaanotetut työt: 3
- Voittaja: ganjar23
“Cylch Meithrin y Fflint” is a small, independent Welsh Language playgroup in Flint, North Wales catering for children from 2 to 4 years old. They have been running for nearly 40 years and are looking to rebrand in time for their 40th anniversary.
We are looking for an innovative and fresh, yet child-friendly design for their logo which will be used on letterheads, uniforms, signs and promotional materials. The final decision on the winning entry will be decided by students in the local Welsh Medium primary school (many of whom started out their Welsh journey at Cylch Meithrin y Fflint).
Here are some ideas to inspire you:
Circle:- “Cylch” means circle in Welsh.
Welsh / Wales:- there are several emblems associated with Wales… Perhaps a friendly cartoon Welsh Dragon could feature (similar to this: [login to view URL]), or maybe a daffodil?
Hands:- despite being Welsh Medium, Cylch Meithrin y Fflint welcome children from all backgrounds, so perhaps linking multi-ethnic hands could feature?
Or, brightly coloured handprints feature in their current logo and, although they are looking at a complete rebranding, if you could come up with a new, innovative way of using these it would be considered.
Please note that the above are just ideas, we don’t want to constrain your creativity, so let your imagination run wild. The only things that we do insist on are:
1. The logo must only use colours from the following colour swatch (Hex values: #ffff00; #d21034; #00ab39, #ffffff and #000000)
2. The logo must include the name “Cylch Meithrin y Fflint”
“The way that ganjar23 interpreted the brief (which was quite wide yet requested very specific features) and created the logo from that was excellent. His was the only entry that included all of the more important features that were mentioned in the brief and the composition of the logo was compact yet eye-catching. I would definitely use them again.”
kyletrotter, United Kingdom.