I remember your question now. I was actually surprised you deleted it, because it was one of those questions I'd not consider 'just bainstorming'.
It's quite difficult to draw a line when it comes to advice about design, and there are a couple fo discussions in meta that tried to do that. Usually, the question is closed when it's too specific, but it remains open and gets votes and answers when it's something that can be helpful for other people.
For example, I remember one that got lots of attention and said something like "How to make my web look less 90s". That's something that applies to different projects/people, so it was left open and got good feedback. "How to convey xxxx in an icon" is usually closed, because it can't get a definite answer (as interesting as they are, it's difficult to choose one correct answer).
If your question can be expanded to something like "How to simplify a logo to blah blah blah", then it's a good fit. We all have different opinions on how certain questions belong or not here, so it's better to first see what the majority thinks. That's why questions need 5 votes to be closed, because it's an agreement.
Try reopening your question. If it looks too specific, you (or someone else) can edit it. The ones that get closed are usually the ones where the OP asks something and then disappears forever, or shows no effort to make it relevant for others.