company April 30, 2008

Logo Design Contest Winner

Our logo design contest has ended. The winning design is from Peter Borlace, aka pb_design. There were a whopping 253 entries in the contest; thanks to everyone who participated for your hard work. As a little bonus, Leon Bambrick has graciously offered up free licenses to his excellent TimeSnapper software to the following runners-up: Umasankar…
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Our logo design contest has ended.

The winning design is from Peter Borlace, aka pb_design.

winning stackoverflow.com logo

There were a whopping 253 entries in the contest; thanks to everyone who participated for your hard work. As a little bonus, Leon Bambrick has graciously offered up free licenses to his excellent TimeSnapper software to the following runners-up:

Umasankar Arumugam

stackoverflow.com logo runner up

Chahya Santoso

stackoverflow.com logo runner up

Kamil Zadora

stackoverflow.com logo runner up

There were many excellent entries, but it came down to a difficult decision between these four which we felt best captured the intent of stackoverflow.com.

I’ll be awarding the $29 prize to Peter first thing tomorrow. Congratulations!

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