Mobile Commons makes mobile messaging conversational + easy + targeted. We're a start-up based in NYC with a ton of customers in the cause-related space (Sierra Club, NRDC, ACLU, HRC, etc) and they use our platform to converse with their constituents by text message on their mobile phones. They turn those conversations into web-based public displays, information resources, and all kinds of wonderful things.
We're in the process of redesigning our image and our application. We want to start with our logo. We're open to anything, which is part of why we're using CrowdSpring--to help us generate ideas. We like classic fonts, we like clever iconography, we don't want to be too web2.0.
Because we're using CrowdSpring to generate ideas, it's okay to submit things without a lot of polish. We're more interested in typography choices, colors, and things that make us think instead of perfectly polished execution.
Non-profits and small businesses. We want them to think that we're professional and reliable but also fun and modern.
Ribbit, TellMe, Vimeo, Subtraction, Jason Santa Maria, 31three
Because our application platform is conversational, we feel like we sometimes like to riff off the idea of Mobile Commons being like a Town Commons. This isn't a requirement, but sometimes we take it too far (see my.mcommons.com).
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