Here's the client journey on crowdspring:
1.The client completed an interactive design brief.
- The brief is customized for each project category.
- The client specifies what they want (and don't want).
- Simple and proven process (takes just a few minutes).
2.Our über-talented designers created dozens of unique designs.
In a typical Logo project on crowdspring, many professional designers submit dozens of custom designs based on your brief. See all designs submitted to this project.
- 220,000+ designers from 195 countries.
- The client reviews & gives feedback.
- Great collaboration tools & free focus groups.
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3.The client picked the winning design and received final files.
After collaborating with multiple designers, the client picked their favorite design, reviewed proofs, requested and received tweaks, and approved final files. The client received high resolution final design files and a signed intellectual property agreement giving the client full ownership to the design.
- Collaborate with the winning designer.
- The designer will implement final adjustments.
- The client receives full intellectual property rights.
MercuryCast is an email newsletter distribution service similar to Emma, Vertical Response, Constant Contact, and a dozen others. The difference is that the interface is dramatically easier to use than any other system we have worked with and our templates make sending newsletters a piece of cake.
MercuryCast originates from two core concepts:
Mercurius: the roman god who was a messenger, and a god of trade, profit and commerce. (he's the winged messenger you've seen everywhere since you were a kid)
Cast: as in distribute or spread.
We want to convey a sense of speed, simplicity, and power. We are a technology shop, but with a focus on simple, easy-to-use software with devoted customer service.
For some reason, I feel drawn to red as a baseline, but you're the creative so show me what you've got.
Looking for something with some punch to it. Vibrant. Attractive. That glossy, glassy, web 2.0 craze that the world loves at the moment.
Logo will primarily be used on our website, but I'm also looking for something that makes a great little "powered by mercurycast" button that we can put at the bottom of our newsletters. If you want to throw in a rendering of a button like this, major brownie points will be showered in your general direction.
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