Eat Metrics drives guests to restaurants so they can focus on cooking great food and providing great service. We are looking for a lighthearted, playful LOGO DESIGN that communicates the ease with which restaurants can use our product to solve a complicated problem.
This is an opportunity to get restaurants excited about a product and brand that can change their business. We are looking for a logo and developing a relationship with a designer who would be interested in other design work (either web design/mockup or presentation design).
We provide a technology solution to restaurants that helps them advertise more effectively online. It is related to companies like Yelp, Citysearch, Gowalla, foursquare, OpenTable, but IS NOT consumer facing.
Independent full service restaurants and large national chains (think Cheesecake Factory, Outback Steakhouse, etc.).
Male and female, 30+ years old.
This is a LOGO contest. The logo should include the brand name. We are open to any great new ideas or designs, but some hints are below.
Some ideas we have had:
- Cartoon chef character with a look and feel similar to those on these sites: http://www.adify.com/ or http://www.matthamm.com/ (but don't use clip art)- this isn't necessary just something we thought about
- Typeface similar to http://www.brandclay.com/intelyte-logo-design
- Integrating a bar or line graphs similar to: http://kissmetrics.com/
- MAYBE all caps for the word EAT
1. Colors: White and Red. Others: Grey, Brown, Light orange, Light green (but be creative, we aren't committed to a color scheme)
2. Clean and crisp is great, we're huge fans of the Tweetie look: http://www.atebits.com/tweetie-iphone/
3. Have fun!
1. Illustrator Vector Art with layers
2. Layered .psd file
3. Web file format -.jpg
4. Names of all fonts used
5. The logo should scale to an iPhone screen, normal web page, business stationary on printed paper.
* More details after we see designs!
* Please feel free to experiment with forms and more colors.
* Please do not use any stock images or clip art in the logo