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Tell us what you need
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
Software and InfoTech
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
- respectable and approachable
- fascination with arts and culture
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Text with a simple but clever, relevant graphic that alludes to what we do.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
Please visit our website at www.CultureSpots.com for the draft logo I created in the top left corner. The image next to "CultureSpots" is a "C" for culture; inside the letter "C" is a "spot", and the form of the C and the spot together creates the allusion to an ear. Notice though how simple it is, and how symbolic it is, without smacking you over the head with something overly obvious, and yet how clear it is once you recognize it. Please use this as your core design, expand upon it if you wish, experiment with it, but just make it more perfect. I spent no time on the lettering, so that is a completely blank canvas for you, and how it ties in with the logo. My company website is at www.lokadot.com, so that you can see what our current brand/color scheme is. I'd like to simplify the colors for CultureSpots, using just one or two max (not 3, ex: blue, green, orange) and I do not want to keep the Lokadot color scheme, but I also don't want something that is such a departure from it that having the two together (lokadot + culturespots) would cause an unpleasant visual dissonance. The colors of the culturespots website are pretty good, but are just the default colors that came with the HTML template I bought.
Also, as reference, here is a list of some of our competitors: Antenna International, Acoustiguide, AudioConexus, Imagineear, Orpheo Group, GuideByCell, OnCell, Woices, MyToursApp, MobileRoadie, TourAppBuilder, TourSphere, GuideID, STQRY.
And, our vision, mission and executive summary:
Mission: CultureSpots mission is to inspire and expand peoples fascination with art and culture through sound and mobility.
Vision: Our vision will be manifest when every viewer of visual art and culture, and every visitor to a museum, gallery and cultural/heritage site, expects the mobile accompaniment of a trusted, insightful human voice, powered by CultureSpots. We aim to make CultureSpots so easy, affordable, effective and beautifully designed, that it would be difficult for an organization to NOT use CultureSpots.
Executive Summary: With our forthcoming Lokadot (www.lokadot.com) product soon to be re-launched as CultureSpots (www.culturespots.com), we aim to make it easy and affordable for any museum, gallery and cultural/heritage site to provide their visitors with a high-quality mobile audio guide experience. We will accomplish this through the cleverly combined use of the cloud, wireless broadband Internet and device-agnostic mobile Web apps that provide visitors with an optimal end user listening experience on their own smartphones, and by taking a white-label solution delivery approach that leverages the best of the mobile Web, classic Web and cross-platform native mobile apps to provide our customers with a solution that removes the significant bottleneck typically associated with audio content creation, while embodying their brand identity, high standards of quality, ease of use and universal accessibility. By focusing on small to midsize organizations (annual budget < $1 million), with their challenging resource constraints and increasing visitor experience expectations, well be addressing exactly the issues that are most critical to them. And since the vast majority of museums, galleries and cultural/heritage sites are small to midsize in nature, CultureSpots will be very well positioned for uptake and sustainable growth in a large marketplace that our entrenched competitors are mostly neglecting.
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