For $525 they received 171 design concepts from 43 designers!
Starts:18-Dec-08 4:58 p.m. GMT
Ends:1-Jan-09 4:58 p.m. GMT
Award 1: $525, was awarded to jmoss
Preview: crowdSPRING Contract
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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
Morgan Language Services is a professional services firm providing translation, localization, interpretation and multilingual publishing and a/v services worldwide for small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, NGOs, and international organizations.
We offer both translation of written text (documents, websites, etc.) and interpretation of the spoken word (in meetings, conferences, or by phone).
We work in over 120 languages by contracting thousands of independent linguists who work in all different languages. Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese and Russian are some of the most common languages we work in.
Our clients are in a broad range of industries and fields as diverse as software development, nuclear waste storage facility construction, Holocaust Claims Litigation, recorded zoo and museum tour narrations, printed circuit board production, advertising, technical standards documentation, environmental sciences and engineering, website design, high-level government meetings and Summits, and U.S. national security.
The company is new, but the owner of the company is an industry veteran who built and sold a successful language services company already.
The website for Morgan Language Services can be found at:
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
1) a corporate Logo for use on website, business cards, stationery, and a booth for trade shows;
2) a Business card template so that we can begin making sales and marketing calls.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
CEOs, Executives, Department Directors, as well as Office Secretaries and Administrative Personnel or Project Managers
Typically, when someone in a company or government agency realizes they need translation or interpretation, they will have an office secretary or lower level employee investigate what resources are available. Ultimately, however, a CEO, executive or director will be the individual who signs off on a contract with us.
Translators, Interpreters, Linguists
We want to be the company that translators WANT to work for. When a freelance translator (or interpreter) has 5 offers for 2-week assignments, we want them to respond to us first and take on the job we have offered them.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
There are over 100 colleague and competitor companies' logos available for view by clicking on the individual members listed at http://www.alcus.org/AboutAlc/Member/
Among them, we really like the one belonging to Rina Ne'eman Hebrew Language Services, Inc.
Another one that we like is ASET's. It can be found at www.asetquality.com, which is the company our owner built and sold earlier this decade.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
The logo and card need to look professional.
The logo needs to easily fit juxtaposed to the company name unless the logo is the company name itself.