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HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We need a web 2.0 logo that will be used on a website. We expect it to be vector art and include an associated symbol.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
PR Firms, Ad agencies, Organizations leveraging the Internet for social media and marketing.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
I've attached some sample designs we like. We are interested in something that is very Web 2.0 without being over the top. In other words, we don't need lots of photoshop reflections, big bevels and overly dramatic shading. Although we want an associated symbol with the logo, we don't want something cliche. Example: A globe or overly used symbol we see on tons of logos.
We like clean and simple (the logo at postzinger.com is a good example of this). We are interested in Black and Red for the logo. We anticipate using it on a website with a light background.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Probably best to avoid drop shadows and reflections. No globes, and no use of overly used people symbols that you can find in most web 2.0 clip art engines. We are hoping for something original with respect to the symbol. The font choice is up to you, but since our main focus is the web, you should probably avoid scripty fonts.
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