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Games & Recreational
About Your Company
We have a tool for Poker Coaches and Players which lets them store hands from Texas Holdem poker that they have played and share them with their students, friends, etc. Our audience is Poker Coaches and Poker Players
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Top 3 Things
Appeal to Poker Players
Hi-tech, online use - phones, etc.
We will want a .PNG image as well as any PSD you made.
The image will display at about 200 x 100 pixels. But we would like the PNG file to be 600 x 300, so we can use it for higher quality images, but still look good at 200 x 100 pixels.
Note how the image is used both as a logo, and as an overlay to the poker table.
Other colors are OK -
The uploaded images appear in the reverse order from how I uploaded them.
The first five uploaded images, at the bottom, are some icons which looked interesting to me.
The next image is our current logo (snapping fingers)
(What we don't like about the current logo is that it looks a little like a gun, and that it doesn't have anything to do with poker)
The next image is the use of our current logo in our replayer.
The three images at the top are choices users can use for poker table colors. Our logo should work well on the blue one of these, but should also work on the ohter two if needed.
Here is our web site (which may change from time to time)
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