LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
We are The Library of Champions LLC. We offer the most innovative homework-help solution and educational personal assistance services in America today combining best in class web-based educational software from around the world, global tutors available round-the-clock, and the backbone of our company our Champions program. The Champions program allows top college students at top American Universities to make a national difference in the lives of middle and high school students. Champions give individual advice to students on how to succeed in High School, how to study, how to think about science projects, how to start community-service projects, how to lead your peers, how to become better student-athletes in other words, how to be Great. Top college students who ooze success become Champions for The Libraries of Champions and champion the goals and interests of Americas middle-school and high-school students.
What is a Champion?
A Champion is the person you remember that made a difference in your life twenty years ago. A Champion is a mentor who defies odds and becomes a winner.
A Champion is relentless not always a born talent; but a Champion never gives up.
A Champion inspires us to reach for our dreams when even we thought our dreams were only fairy tales.
Champions never ever quit; on themselves or those they believe in.
Champions work with us at our headquarters on the Harvard campus, and through the wizardry of the internet, they are able to answer questions aspiring kids have about life, school, and success. We deliver real-time search answers from real-time successful students
Combined with our 24 hours a day/7 days a week tutoring and homework help service, Champions help kids THINK BIG.
How else do we define our Champions?
Teachable and Coachable
Need more examples of Champions around us?
Troy Aikman, Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback receives his degree twenty years after leaving college
Susan Boyle wows Simon and shows the world not to judge a book by its cover.
Intel has a very different idea of who should be a rockstar. Rockstar=Champion
Passers-by risk their own lives rescuing kids from a burning SUV
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We need a logo that will appear online on our website in addition to its use in the creation of others web apps and third-party widgets. The logo must also be suitable for business cards, letterheads, and other stationery uses.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
We always say that parents are the ones who pay for The Library of Champions, but kids are the ones who buy us. What does a 6th-12 grader like? Music, Facebook, Text-messaging, Sharing photos, Helping the World. What does a 6th-12th grade not like? Homework, Not being independent, Chores, Research papers, Not making a difference.
More formally stated:
Our audience is 6th-12th grade students and their parents who ultimately make a purchase decision. Parents are purchasing a complete online homework package with access to online educational pay sites, 24/7 tutors and personal Champions for their kids. The logo design should try to accommodate both audiences- however ultimate users will be 6th-12th grade students. Therefore, the look and the design of the logo have to be to their liking. Description of our customers: cool, hardworking, care about school and homework, like to socialize on the web with their close friends and friends they havent met yet with similar interests, enjoy sharing their ideas/knowledge with others. We are building a cutting-edge social networking site around our customers. Needless to say, the strong brand of The Library of Champions must also convey what we mean when we use the word Champion.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
We have put together a spreadsheet (in rank order) of web design and brand identity we think is intuitive and clear. Skip ning sites. Have a look. http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=r...
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
The logo must contain the words The Library of Champions. It must be suitable in format for the web, and must be able to be used for letterhead, business cards, and stationery. It must work in both color and black/white/grayscale formats. It must be deliverable as a pdf, eps, ai/modifiable vector file, and psd and we must listen to your wisdom on how to create the best possible outcome for multiple online and offline uses. We just might be looking for an overall graphic designer on our website project as well. We need you to be our Champion on this!
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