Reactor Logo Design Contest – Who will win $400? You decide!
One week later, the entries are in for the Reactor Logo Design Contest! To refresh your memory, last Monday I announced a contest where participants could submit a design for either a Reactor Logo or a design for the Reactor Blog sample application. Winners will get all the following stuff:
- Licenses for the Alagad Image, Captcha, and Zip Components
- 6 Months of hosting for ReactorBlog with Sasquatch.com. This is a $120 value. For details see http://www.sasquatch.com/Pages/Internet/HostingPlans_ColdFusion.cfm
- $125 in free stuff at Amazon.com (donated by myself and the contest sponsors)
That’s roughly $400 worth of stuff! One person might actually win twice!
The Reactor Design Contest was supported by the following companies and people:
Alagad – Alagad is my own company. Through Alagad I sell the various ColdFusion components and contract and consult clients in ColdFusion (and other) development.
SystemsForge – Generating custom web applications. With the SystemsForge active application generator you can generate close to 100% of web applications including persistence, business logic, facades and UI. Easy re-use of metadata across n-projects, and the ability to change anything in the application. Product launch September 1st, 2006. Best of all, we’re going to tell you how we do it, so you can build your own generators for free! Sign up at SystemsForge (www.systemsforge.com) to keep up with the latest ideas – for free.
Jabico Enterprises, LLC – Jabico is a well rounded company, offering highly maintainable web-site and web-application development, search engine optimization and marketing, and information security consulting services. In addition, Jabico provides developer-centric web hosting solutions inlcuding Cold Fusion, PHP, ASP.Net, ASP, MySQL, MSSQL, etc… through it’s subsidery Sasquatch.com. Sasquatch also provides DSL and Dial-up services throughout the western United States
And another person who wishes to remain anonymous
The blog contest has not closed yet. I will be extending this by one week (or more) and clarifying the instructions within the next few days.
To vote for a logo leave a comment on this entry. Please state the name of the designer that you’re voting for. Please vote for only one person. If there’s ambiguity I’ll make the final decision.
Some people submitted variations on the same logo. In these cases I’ve just done my best to pick which one I think was the best to show below of the ones they provided.
Without further ado, the entries!
From Josh Tynjala:
From Brad Sorensen:
From Barry Whitley:
From Rachel Maxim:
From Trond Ulseth:
From Christopher Smith:
From Laura Arguello:
Which one’s your favorite?