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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
Our firm's purpose is to help major charities and causes raise money by partnering with innovative direct marketing firms (consumer products). First phase: we will provide services only. Second phase: we will build and host a destination website offering end users the opportunity to support their favorite charities and causes by participating in compelling offers from top tier consumer product brands.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
First, we need a logo. Once we agree on a logo, we will need collateral materials, including email signature template, business cards, letterhead and the like. We will also need to build a website (separate engagement - see second phase above).
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
First phase: executive officers of major charities (hiring/decision authority). Second phase: mass market consumers worldwide (English speaking).
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
We like the following word logos (shout, boot, coffee, Aeroplane, poop and fatless) from this article: http://www.littleboxofideas.com/blog/ins...
We like the following logos (WWF, Premier Caterying, New Bedford Whaling and NBC) from this article: http://www.logodesignlove.com/negative-s...
We also admire the logos of Apple, Nike and Google.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Something clean and simple that plays upon the words "Cause" and "For" (as in "cause for Charity X"). We have domains registered for "KosFor.com", "Kos4.com" and "CauseFor.com". We like use of Koz better than "Cause", mainly because we think it may be more protectable under trademark law. That said, we could also be convinced that "cause" is better than "koz", if the design is compelling enough. We would like to see examples with, and without, use of the ".com" after the name.
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