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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
DotComIt is a company all about helping programmers. Our primary focus is on building a line of easy to use interface components for Flex programmers. Flex is an Adobe technology for building Rich Internet Applications on the Flash Platform.
We are an Adobe Solutions Partner in its tenth year. We focus on building Rich Internet Applications with Adobe Flex and have worked with Adobe AIR, ColdFusion, SQL Server, and .NET.
Jeffry Houser, the companys founder, is an Adobe Community Expert, producer of The Flex Show, a podcast for Flex programmers, and editor in chief of Flex Authority, a magazine for Flex programmers. He also has written multiple books, tons of articles, and is a regularly speaker at tech conferences
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We want an image to put on our home page to help us communicate the
licensing model of our products. The products are components for Flex
Developers; and the product line is named Flextras. The goal of the
product line is to build components that help Flex programmers make
their applications easy to use.
In the prototype, we are looking for replacements for this image
These are the three aspects of our licensing Model that we want to
*Developer Edition*: Developers can use the free developer
edition to build or Develop applications, to test applications, and to
demonstrate their applications.
*Single Domain Edition*: Developers will purchase this edition
when it comes time to deploy, or roll-out, their applications to a
*Unlimited Domain Edition w/ Source*: The edition will allow
developers to extend, enhance, or modify our components.
Other good things to know:
* The image we want to replace can be viewed here:
image in the context of the whole site design can be viewed here:
A prototype of the site design can be viewed at
* We do not anticipate changing the site design from the prototype,
so be sure that your design fits into the site design.
* In addition to web site usage this image may be used in print
materials or other media.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Flextras is targeted towards Flex Developers / Programmers. Programmers are analytical, logical people who tend to like structure in the things they do. Design should try to speak to that market.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
One non-designer came up with this:
http://flextras.dot-com-it.com/fordee/Li... . It lacks
a certain quality that we'd expect from a real designer.
Our web designer came up with this (http://maccore.org/Flextras/Assets/image... )
as part of the web site design. Although functional in its communication, really
it is just a slightly more elegant version of the non-designer version.
We feel it is bland and uninspiring. It lacks creativity.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Just be sure that your designs fit well in the context of the current site design ( http://maccore.org/Flextras/template.htm... )
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