logo feedback • digital dragons day

After working on our logos, we would like your feedback 🙂

Here is a logo with the screenshots of our logo, a little bit about the topic, and questions that we would really like you to answer.

Here is the video.

These are the photos of our logos so far: (Remember, these are first drafts!)

And here is the list of questions:

  1. Is a contrasting colour scheme better, or having a complementing colour scheme?
  2. Do you think our logo correlates with our topic?
  3. Is our topic something that you would write about?
  4. What audience do you think these logos would appeal to?
  5. Anything else that we could add/remove to our logos to make them more aesthetically appealing and relevant to the topic?

Any feedback is very helpful 🙂

If you are interested in our topic (and we really hope you are, it’s very interesting and requires our attention), here are a few links for further research.

  1. Combating Racism and Racial Discrimination
  2. 10 Ways to Combat Prejudice

The topic that we are focusing on is a very significant topic around the world today, because many people, especially children, are facing these problems. These issues are based on intolerance, discrimination, prejudice and racism, which are all something that shouldn’t be present in today’s world. We should take it upon ourselves to educate insensitive people who carelessly make invalid comments. This issue is especially relevant in schools, all over the world, because according to a recent study, most cases of bullying happen in school. There are no particular GCs in our school tackle an issue like this because with everything else going on in the world right now, this is not deemed as important. However, that is false as millions of children all over the world are being bullied or have had experiences where they have been discriminated against. We need to out a stop to this, and the first step we can take is to raise awareness.

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17 Comments Add yours

  1. Ananya says:

    I would say a contrasting scheme is better.
    I do think the logo correlates to the topic.
    I would write about your topic.
    I think kids of our age would be more attracted to the colours used.
    Nothing else I have to say, their really nice 🙂

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  2. Aryan Sahai says:

    Is a contrasting colour scheme better, or having a complementing colour scheme?

    Contrasting

    Do you think our logo correlates with our topic?

    I think the first one does, but I can’t see how the second one relates to combating social injustice.

    Is our topic something that you would write about?

    I would write about it if I had to in school or in activities e.g English lessons or MUN. But I would not write about it in my free time. If I had to choose a topic, this is a bit broad, but it could be interesting to write about.

    What audience do you think these logos would appeal to?

    The first one definitely appeals to all audiences, especially children, since it gives you a feel of a video game. The second one might not appeal to too many people, mainly adults.

    Anything else that we could add/remove to our logos to make them more aesthetically appealing and relevant to the topic?

    I think the second one is a bit too simple, and the colours aren’t really mixing very well. Maybe you could change the shapes, or mix around with the colour scheme. I really like the first one, and I really like the green and purple. You could try new/different colours or maybe try new positions of the sword and different shapes.

    Great job!!

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  3. awesomeadvity06 says:

    I think that the colour scheme is good with a contrast. The first one certainly does correlate to the ideas in your project, but lacks representation of our school even though the colours are used The first one certainly applicable to almost everybody in our school because of how it uses some elements of the school such as colours, but one thing you could improve on is that maybe if you used the sword/weaponry part of the first one and merged it with the rough design of the second one, it would be more impactful and more eye catching since it’s not very common to see swords on posters around the school. Other than that, it’s a great effort! 🙂

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  4. caitlinmoordp says:

    1. complementing
    2. the first and third one do but i think the first one is more unique
    3. definitely
    4. high school students
    5. maybe just play around with the colour scheme

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  5. 1. complementing colour scheme
    2. Yes, but I’m not sure what relevance the 2nd logo has
    3. Possibly, however, it is quite broad
    4. HS and MS
    5. I think that you could definitely improve the 3rd logo to make it more visually appealing

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  6. 1. Contrasting – because the difference in colour makes it more eye-catching
    2. Out of all three, I think the first one might be the closest to it although it can be incorporated more.
    3. Definitely would
    4. I think since your topic is social injustice it could appeal to a very wide variety of people since there are many types and subcategories of social injustice like you said but in this day and age I think it could influence more towards the younger generations so that they can change their habits and at the same time influence the younger kids.
    5. The first logo I think is pretty good although a bit more information (either through icons or words) could be added in order for the audience to understand more. The second one isn’t much of a logo that tells anything, I guess you can add words to symbols that relate it to the school and topic in some way. The third one I think gives the right amount of information although the icons and words should be incorporated more into each other and not be so abstract.

    Love the work 🙂

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  7. kevinstan2001 says:

    I feel that the way your logos are designed, the colour scheme should be complimenting. Although contrasting colours do stick out, they just don’t do the logos any justice. That being said, while complimenting colours won’t stick out as much, once someone sees the logo, they will find it more aesthetically pleasing.

    The first logo fits your topic quite well. However, the second logo could have it’s words switched and be used in almost any other topic, which means it is not quite memorable.

    Although I don’t mind writing about important issues, writing about social injustice is not what I am interested in.

    I think that the sword and shield logo appeals to both junior and high school students alike. Junior schoolers will like it because it’s a sword and shield, while high schools students like the creative approach to tackling such a common and age-old issue.

    Although this is minor, perhaps putting the sword and shield together instead of keeping them apart would be a better idea. Logos generally do not need to take up much space, and usually have a circular shape.

    Overall, I like the way the first logo looks so good job!

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  8. 1. Contrasting – because the difference in colour makes it more eye-catching
    2. Out of all three, I think the first one might be the closest to it although it can be incorporated more.
    3. Definitely would
    4. I think since your topic is social injustice it could appeal to a very wide variety of people since there are many types and subcategories of social injustice like you said but in this day and age I think it could influence more towards the younger generations so that they can change their habits and at the same time influence the younger kids.
    5. The first logo I think is pretty good although a bit more information (either through icons or words) could be added in order for the audience to understand more. The second one isn’t much of a logo that tells anything, I guess you can add words to symbols that relate it to the school and topic in some way. The third one I think gives the right amount of information although the icons and words should be incorporated more into each other and not be so abstract.

    Love the work 🙂 But you have typo in the third logo, just saying.

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  9. nataniayts says:

    ONE.I really like the colour scheme as it is, I feel that most of the colours go with the school colours which is good as it is a Dragon’s Day Event also they are really pleasing to the eye.
    TWO. Yep, the sword logo works with the topic you guys are planning, but the other two don’t really show the message. The only reason I would know about the topic was if I read the text.
    THREE. I would definitely have to do some research on it, but yeah I would try to write a blog post about it for the school community
    FOUR. Middle school and up, and adults
    FIVE. The last logo with the two green and blue blocks combining just looks a little out of place, and the dragon kind of takes away the attention from the text
    [now comment on mine, thanks]

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  10. Rhea094 says:

    I think the contrasting colour scheme is better.
    Yes, mostly because of the sword in the first logo. But I think you could put in a symbol that represents equality or something.
    Yes, I would probably write about it for GP or history.
    Mostly MS and up, particularly third culture kids.
    Again, I think you could make your logo more relevant to the topic by adding something in that represents equality, and maybe just make it clearer.

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  11. abha says:

    Is a contrasting colour scheme better, or having a complementing colour scheme?
    I personally like the contrasting colour scheme.
    Do you think our logo correlates with our topic?
    I think currently, it fits in but could be improved to make them more relevant.
    Is our topic something that you would write about?
    It could definitely appeal to a wide audience and could make for an interesting piece of writing.
    What audience do you think these logos would appeal to?
    Probably middle school and up.
    Anything else that we could add/remove to our logos to make them more aesthetically appealing and relevant to the topic?
    For the last one, I think that the combined effect makes it look a little messy so maybe separate them?

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  12. 1. Contrasting, the 1st logo with the sword is a lot better.
    2. Yes of course, leaning towards the 1st logo more, more materialistic look to be honest.
    3. Yea, I feel it is very important to combat social justice and is definitely an issue worth adhering to.
    4. Probably everyone if I’m going to be honest, social justice involves everyone, everyone is a stakeholder in this prevalent issue.
    5. Probably try and fit the sword somewhere in the logo for the 1st one 🙂

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  13. anya667 says:

    From Sara:

    Is a contrasting colour scheme better, or having a complementing colour scheme?
    having the contrasting one is better
    Do you think our logo correlates with our topic?
    the sword does, not so much the squares or the circle – maybe find a way to incorporate them together?
    Is our topic something that you would write about?
    lol probs not
    What audience do you think these logos would appeal to?
    teachers, school people
    Anything else that we could add/remove to our logos to make them more aesthetically appealing and relevant to the topic?
    answered in the first question

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  14. Sam POTTER says:

    From Sam:

    1. I think a complementing colour scheme would look nicer.

    2. I think the first one kind of does, the second one does’t make sense to me.

    3. I kind of understand because it is a sword and your topic is about combating injustice, but maybe you could add text to make it easier to see that connection.

    4. I think your topic is important, but given the choice, I wouldn’t really write about it in my free time

    5. I think the first one will appeal to adults, and the second one to kids
    Maybe you could make the last one more relevant by adding things that re specific to your topic.

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  15. anisha says:

    1. I think a contrasting color scheme is better as it would appeal more to the viewer.
    2. I think the first logo correlates with your topic, the sword doesn’t really but it could if you add text, and the last one, i guess it does, but you could just change the text and it would be for anything.
    Maybe you could try to make that one more specific
    3. I think your topic is a prominent issue is is definitely something i would write about.
    4. The first one would appeal to mainly adults, the sword to kids, and the last one to no one really.
    5. To the fit one maybe you could add some symbols that are relevant, to the second maybe you could add text.

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  16. I think the first logo is the most effective, as I think the colours make it stand out more. I think if you do the first one you should take out the sword becasue I don’t think it is really linked. I think it is an interesting topic so yes I would write about it. I think it would appeal to mostly high schoolers/ middle schoolers. Lastly, I think you should just remove the sword. Good Job its a great start!

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  17. Is a contrasting colour scheme better, or having a complementing colour scheme?
    a complementing color scheme would look nicer.
    Do you think our logo correlates with our topic?
    Yes, i think the sword portrays that well, but maybe a bit more context within the logos would be good.
    Is our topic something that you would write about?
    Yes, since it is an umbrella term, and many other issues like gender bias, racism and inequality could fall under it.
    What audience do you think these logos would appeal to?
    I think that it would appeal to teens and adults, who are passionate about social injustice
    Anything else that we could add/remove to our logos to make them more aesthetically appealing and relevant to the topic?
    Since the first logo has contrasting colors, you could change the color scheme to make them complementing colors.

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