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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
I am a boutique real estate broker in St. Louis, Missouri who focuses on selling within the historic neighborhoods and vintage properties of our inner city. When working with buyers and sellers, the one way that our local search provider of homes on the market does NOT allow us to search by is housing style. And this is one of the most intuitive ways that buyers like to shop for homes -- by what the hosue looks like on the outside! So, for a specific price range, I'm developing a site at http://www.SouthCityBungalows.com to allow buyers to learn about the different typical styles -- in a fun, engaging yet educative way -- of bungalows that we have in our market. I will be populating this web site with information on each of these styles of homes, including which neighborhoods each particular style is in, what common features (bedrooms, bathrooms, window types, flooring, etc), square footage ranges, etc.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
I need a set of 16 icons, one based on each style as shown on www.SouthCityBungalows.com, that will be vector based in a "web 2.0" icon style. Examples included with some notes on what I like about each example. These need to look good at a minimum of 48x48 pixels, upwards of 256x256, without losing great deals of detail when scaling back between these ranges in sizes. I am going to use these icons created by this project throughout the web site as navigation and representing each style. These will be in full color.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Home buyers who are shopping for starter homes in St. Louis city.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
See uploaded files for more info. You can see a photo of each style of bungalow at http://www.SouthCityBungalows.com/photos...
Also, at http://www.SouthCityBungalows.com you can see very heavily graphic examples of these bungalows as well.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Please pay attention to the perspective, angle and overall feel of the sample icons shown in the attached PDF document.
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