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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
coreylib is a PHP library for accessing Web service APIs like Twitter and Flickr in a standard way. That's programmer-speak for it's a really cool piece of code that allows developers to do more with less. You can read more about our project at http://coreylib.com.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We need a logo. Presently, we're using an open source icon that looks like a Panda bear with an RSS-shaped bottom. We've started to think this is a bit too cartoonish for our application, and we need a logo that can be uniquely ours and brand our project.
We'd like to use the logo in three medium: on our Web site, on printed invitations to training events, and on T-shirts. Ideally we're looking for two versions of the same logo: one two-color, and one four-color.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
coreylib is being marketed to sweepers - those members of the development team who roam freely between the worlds of development and design. It helps these folks to prototype the projects of their dreams without having to learn the ins-and-outs of service-specific clients.
So we need for our logo to have that Web 2.0 feel, quality open source feel: something that says we know what we're doing on both sides of the game, design and development.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
Sans-serif fonts are best. Colors should be soft, Web 2.0-ish. Colors need not correspond with current logo. Stuff we like
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
The logo must contain the name "coreylib" - no capital letters. The logo must be 100% original work - no derivatives, and fonts must dutifully licensed for reproduction. Two version of the logo must be submitted: one two-color, and one four-color.
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