One way to give your group writing project credibility and generate some extra buzz is with a nice official logo that participants will want to show off. Here’s a list of the most interesting logos from group writing projects that took place before Group Writing Projects was launched in February 2008. Enjoy!
The logos are in no specific order.
This well-designed logo definitely had a hand in the success of Luciano Passuelo’s Lists group writing project over on Litemind. The notepad ties in perfectly with the theme, the image has matching colors, the name of the group writing project is easy to read. I participated in this gwp with 150 Funniest Resume Mistakes, Bloopers and Blunders Ever.
Although a bit small, this logo ties in nicely with the theme of the project. A pair of hands holding a heart is a great visual for spreading love. I participated in this gwp with How to be a Compassionate Job Seeker.
Yes, believe it or not, Robert Hruzek’s WILF group writing projects have been around for quite some time. This is a fun logo that captures the essence of those gwps with its playfulness and numerous symbols of wisdom and learning. I was in the WILF Work gwp with What I Learned From Homer Simpson About Jobs.
Although Darren Rowse’s gwps are always successes – good themes, enough subscribers for anything to be popular – the logos are less so. This is arguably the best logo Darren has used to date. Although the image is too large in size and weight (almost 100K), the uber-hammer is a good symbol for the building ideas that the project covered.
Although this logo is very simple, the look on her face is perfect disgust for matching with anyone’s pet peeves, which of course is the theme of the Peeve Week group writing projects.
This group writing project was about people’s preconceptions before moving to China. The logo depicts the Communist-red country in a spotlight, and the sinister colors and text fit the mood of the gwp. Great job.
A simple logo for a simple group writing project where the idea was to share goodness with others. Although a bit rough around the edges, the earthy smiles and flowers of this logo match the mood that creator Lorna Doone wanted. I entered this gwp with 5 Reasons to Volunteer Your Way to Your Next Job.
A mostly-empty photo where it’s almost as if the depicted lighter is illuminating the title. It’s almost too minimalist. Perfect choice.
Although somewhat rough, the cartoon dreamers communicate the project’s theme clearly. Only something with a genie bottle could have been better.
It’s easy to tell that this one was done by a professional designer, none other than project creator Vivien of InspirationBit. The flying clocks suggest the chaos that wastes time and the need to tame it, to manage it. And of course, anything green is synonymous with reducing waste to a minimum. I entered this gwp with Supercharge Your Job Search by Saving Time.
Another beauty by Vivien of InspirationBit. Literally showing a water source as a source of inspiration, the water bubbling over like the feeling when you’re truly inspired. I had fun participating with 5 People Who Inspired the Creation of JobMob.
This list is part of Designer Daily’s Design You Love Group Writing Project that I announced right here on Group Writing Projects.