Terry is a fantastic designer -- not just because of his skill, which is dramatically evident in his work, but even more so because of his intention to listen to the needs and wants of his clients, respond thoughtfully to requests and collaborations, and move the project forward in harmony with those he serves to deliver outstanding results.
I cannot recommend him enough and will continue to work with him as much as I can.
How SportsJobWatch.com started their logo design journey
this is an employment website - a job listing board exclusively for sports jobs. all front office and operations. the visitors to the site will be extremely sports minded. AND - they are very serious about starting a career. so don't think bats and balls think about young executives looking for a job.
upon completion I will want all files associated with ths contest - particularly the psd file.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
after seeing a few contest entries, I like the way a flag design works with the text.
New Sports Employment website. target audience 22-35 M/F
all text on one line... USASportsCareers.com
Try to be creative with the text. I am seeing a lot of excellent entries with a strong image (like a flag or a globe or an eagle) next to the text name that is over-powering the name. the name of the website is equally important as the image next to it or part of it (if you have one in your design).
and if you add an image next to the text name, the image should represent someting, have meaning, be more than just a kewl looking usa flag thing. ask yourself, what does the image have to do with the website?
- true USA red, white and blue color scheme
- creative use of fonts
- bats and balls
- any ball shape that suggests a specific sport