Step 1 of 4 - Business Information 25% Business/Logo Name*Your Company NameSlogan (Optional)TaglineCompany Description* Target Audience*Accounting/FinanceAdvertising/Public RelationsAerospace/AviationArts/Entertainment/PublishingAutomotiveBanking/MortgageBusiness DevelopmentBusiness OpportunityClerical/AdministrativeConstruction/FacilitiesConsumer GoodsCustomer ServiceEducation/TrainingEnergy/UtilitiesEngineeringGovernment/MilitaryGreenHealthcareHospitality/TravelHuman ResourcesInstallation/MaintenanceInsuranceInternetJob Search AidsLaw Enforcement/SecurityLegalManagement/ExecutiveManufacturing/OperationsMarketingNon-Profit/VolunteerPharmaceutical/BiotechProfessional ServicesQA/Quality ControlReal EstateRestaurant/Food ServiceRetailSalesScience/ResearchSkilled LaborTechnologyTelecommunicationsTransportation/LogisticsOtherPlease describe the target audience for your logo*Describing some of the following can be very helpful to the designers: Demographics: Age, Sex, Location, Income, Occupation, Education, Industry Psychographics: Interests, Lifestyle, Behavior, Opinions, Values. Style & ConceptPlease select the styles that you would like to see for your logo:*WordmarkPictorial MarkAbstract MarkLetterform MarkEmblemCharacterWeb 2.0A wordmark consists of the company name in a stylized type and may include small abstract or pictorial elements. Famous examples include: A wordmark consists of the company name in a stylized type and may include small abstract or pictorial elements. Famous examples include: A pictorial mark uses literal or representative imagery to symbolize the brand. Famous examples include An Abstract mark uses abstract shapes and symbols to convey an idea or attribute about the organization. Famous examples include: A Letter Form typically uses a very small amount of letters (1-2) to represent the organization. Famous examples include: An emblem features the name of the company typically enveloped by a pictorial element or shape. Famous examples include: A Character logo consists of a mascot to represent the brand. Please note that Character illustrations are extremely time intensive for designers, and for the best results the prize should be at least $400-$500. Famous examples include: Although there is no official description of "Web 2.0" logos, some common elements can include: vibrant colors, subtle 3d feel, bold type, color transitions, and shadows. Famous examples include: Please describe the colors you would like to see (or not see) in your logo:*Common associations in Western culture: Red - Passion, Anger, Stop, Battle, Love, Blood Yellow - Joy, Intellect, Caution, Cowardice, Youth Green - Fertility, Wealth, Healing, Sucess, Growth White - Perfection, Purity, Wedding, Clean, VirtueDo you have any logo ideas or additional information or links that would be useful to the designers? (optional):Do you have any images or document that would be helpful to include in your contest?Logo Styles*FeminineMasculineSimpleComplexGrayColorfulSubtleBrightQuietLoudNecessityLuxuryExpensiveEconomicalPlayfulSeriousModernClassicRawRefinedExoticCommonplaceSportyElegantAdventureSecure Full Name*Phone*WebsiteEmail*Bronze PackagePrice: $77.00IMPORTANT: You'll be redirected to Paypal for payment. .