A funny thing happened on the way to The Suckiest Logo Contest. It seemed people wanted to enter, but really didn’t want to experience the satisfaction of being ‘mocked by their peers’ this go around. So I took it upon myself to alter the rules just a wee bit because, well, I made the rules in the first place and felt it was better this way. Instead of posting the sucky logos for everyone to vote on, I decided to conduct a drawing. (I can do things like that cause I’m the boss.) So without further adieu, the winner of The Suckiest Logo Contest is…
Susan Berland with A Picture’s Worth
Susan technically doesn’t even have a logo, which is sad considering her business is all about telling stories through pictures. So I think it’s fitting that Susan won and hope to bring her passion into a memorable, story-telling logo.
Here’s a little bit more about Susan and her business (in her own words) and why she wanted to win a new logo.
A brief description of her business
I help people organize their photos, whether stored on their computers or under the bed and then find a way to bring them back into their lives so they can enjoy them and share them with their family and friends. I believe in the importance of printing your photos and telling their stories, leaving a legacy of memories for those we love.
Why she wants a custom designed logo from Signature Worx
Because I don’t have a logo. Currently on my blog I am using copies of my album pages and my photos. There is no consistency except for my photo. I don’t even have business cards because I don’t have a logo. I need serious help here!
Why people should vote for her
Maybe no logo is better than a really sucky logo. But maybe not! I recently launched my blog and my individual branding is in need of some serious help. I need something that expresses my passion for telling the stories of our photos. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words but if we don’t tell those stories those pictures will be lost forever on our hard drives, our smart phones or end up in the flea market. With a logo to match my passion, I believe I will reach more people and save more photos from extinction. Many creatures have become extinct over the years – don’t let our photos join them. Help me help them. Vote for me to get a new logo!
So there you have it Worx fans! A perfect outcome to a perfect situation…but it’s not the end just yet.
Susan and I will be getting to work on her logo later this month and will unveil the finished masterpiece sometime in June.