Design - Help Attentive.ly with a new logo and business card
Name to incorporate in the logo Attentive.ly Slogan to incorporate in the logo no Description of the organization and its target audience Attentive.ly tells you what the people on your email list are saying and who has Klout on social media -- so you can move beyond just talking *at* your audience and start taking *with* them. There is a 5 min video on the homepage (http://attentive.ly) that describes the product features fairly well. Industry Internet Preferred logo types Organization name in a stylised type/font becomes the logo. A character or mascot to represent your business. Representing trends from the internet including gradients, rounded corner etc. Organization name in a stylised type/font becomes the logo. A character or mascot to represent your business. Representing trends from the internet including gradients, rounded corner etc. Sample logos Do you have any example logos you like? Providing designers with examples helps them identify the style and aesthetic you like. None specified. Values to communicate Feminine Masculine Young Mature Luxury Economical Modern Classic Playful Serious Loud Quiet Simple Complex Subtle Obvious Color preferences red, gold, black, white To be used on Print (Business cards, letterheads, brochures etc) Online (Website, online advertising, banner ads etc) Merchandise (Mugs, T-shirts etc) Signs (Including shops, billboards etc) Business card details name website phone email skype | linkedin | twitter Notes We would like a logo that works in black on white, or white on black, as well as in color. Please use these colors: https://99designs.com/logo-design/contests/help-good-geek-logo-141005/entries/103 Subtitle (not in logo, for context):There's a Revolution happening. Are you listening? Concept: There's a revolution happening in human communications. Thanks to social media, anyone with an Internet connection can publicly voice an opinion. Now, the people that were passive recipients of your email blasts have powerful personal networks. They can influence friends and family -- and thousands of connections beyond them -- with just a post to Twitter or Facebook. The challenge for today's businesses and nonprofits: adapt or look like a relic of a bygone era. The opportunity: turn a static email list into a vibrant online community of evangelists. Attentive.ly helps you make the leap to a new era of communications and a more powerful relationship with your audience.
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