Design a Logo for new IT Business (with long term opportunities)
- État: Closed
- Prix: $50
- Propositions reçues: 5
Résumé du concours
We're looking to start a small Australian based business that provides various IT and Marketing services. Our target market are small business who may not have a business logo, and who are not familiar with the internet and the business opportunities that it can create. Our services will include, but is not limited to:
- Logo Design
- Website Design (web hosting options available)
- Business Cards / Flyers / Letterheads / etc Design
- Setting up Professional Email
Our aim is to offer great personalised customer service, quality product design, all at an extremely affordable price. Our aim is also to keep our services as simple as possible. Our overall goal is to eliminate the IT jargon that comes with IT and Marketing so that every small business owner can use and understand our services.
Our business name: emotivIT
(use this or EmotivIT in your entries please)
We're sampling the Freelancer community for our logo as we're looking for international talent to join us on a long term engagement (i.e. we may hire you directly again and again), so be sure to submit your best work!!
Considerations when making your Logo:
It must be MODERN:
We've already had a couple of entries that are very square and use sharp edges and dark colours. We're looking for something that is modern and sticks out!
It must be UNIQUE:
There are SO many logos that have clouds, computers, and other various IT / Internet related imagery in it. We're looking for something completely unique.
It must be SIMPLE:
Try not to over complicate it. Your logo should be simple, colourful & elegant.
It must be INDEPENDENT from the emotivIT name:
We're looking for a logo that does not leverage 'emotivIT'. We should be able to use the logo in marketing material without the emotivIT attached. Take Nike for example, the Nike tick can be used without the Nike name and it's known that the product is Nike.
Other than that, we'd like to leave the rest up to our entrant's imagination.