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Imagine picked a winner in their
Logo Design Contest for Imagine Projects International

Their contest received 58 entries by 9 designers, it was viewed 124
times. They paid just 125.00 for the winning design.

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DESIGN BRIEF

Company or website name

Imagine Projects International

Do you want any slogans or taglines on your logo?

I dont necessarily want this incorporated in the logo picture wise but I love the way it has that transformative feel. The feel is what I want to capture http://img256.imageshack.us/img256/3889/transformationpicture.jpg

Service or product provided:

Imagine is a charity that works with local community development projects in Latin America to fight poverty and rescue high-risk kids. We run fundraising events, have sponsorship packages and are looking to move into the services business.

Target audience:

We are marketed to all audiences and our supporter base comes from all demographics. Most of our contact with new customers is done through social media and online marketing. We are looking to move into print marketing shortly.

What should come to a customers mind when they see the logo:

Inspiring, trustworthy, life changing, transformative. We need people to see the logo, recognise it and trust that we are making a difference in the lives of people (specifically children) living in poverty.

What should not be in the design:

Please do not use any font that looks like Times New Roman.

How will the logo be the used:

Mainly website, newsletters, business cards and letterheads

The design should have the following:

The name "Imagine" should be a focus with possibly another focal point on some design or picture around or near it. The rest of the name (Projects International) is optional in the logo. Up to designers discretion