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A$299

Logo design contest

Bronze package purchased for A$299

(including 99designs fees)

by Twinvest1

Contest started Mon, 06 Aug 2012 04:41:35 +0000

Last feedback Fri, 10 Aug 2012 04:09:33 +0000

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1. Qualifying round
Designers enter their initial design concepts for feedback and direction.
2. Select finalists
The client picks up to six designers to continue working with.
3. Final round
Remaining designers enter revised and refined designs.
4. Select winner
The client picks a winning design.
4. Select winner
1. Qualifying round

Designers enter their initial design concepts for feedback and direction.

2. Select finalists

The client picks up to six designers to continue working with.

3. Final round

Remaining designers enter revised and refined designs.

4. Select winner

The client picks a winning design.

This contest has finished. Congratulations to the winning designer Ajikriwil* !

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Design brief

Organization name

CASHTAGZ

Description of business

Through twitter and website CA$HTAGZ delivers realtime stock quotes to investors/traders throughout the trading day. The $ sign is used and then the letters of the stock code in twitter - This will be mainly for the Australian Stock market but may look at popular overseas stocks like $AAPL $GOOG etc. I am thinking bright money green background colour with white bold text and some clever designs on the S for a $ sign.

Organization industry

Internet

Description

None specified

Further requirements

None specified

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