WirelesslyProtected got their new button or icon by running a design contest:
Cool icons for Telular. Help us complete our new look and feel.
Check out WirelesslyProtected's Button or icon contest…
Telular Corporation provides wireless security, machine-to-machine, and voice solutions for business and residential customers. Telular has developed solutions to deliver remote access for voice and data without significant network investment or disruption consistently throughout the years. TankLink is the company's remote tank monitoring solution and Telguard is our cellular alarm communicator business. This year we are celebrating 25 years in business.
What's your vision?
We are looking for a series of 8 white icons as representations of our products and other elements that comprise our networks. The icons should follow the same style, look and feel as the ones in diagram 1 on the uploaded PDF (TG-1 Express) and the Telguard Interactive diagram AI file which has been uploaded. Please read the uploaded PDF (IconBriefR1) carefully as it contains specific details, descriptions and photos for each icon requested. Some of the icons may sound similar (different types of tanks) but they all look different and serve different market segments so please be sure to look at the photos provided in the icon brief for details. The icons should be simple but with enough detail to make them clearly distinguishable. I have uploaded AI files for our existing diagrams so reference those carefully to maintain the same aspect ratio, bounding boxes, curve radius etc. since the new icons will be incorporated into our existing diagrams. The icons may also be used standalone or as part of the diagrams on our new website and marketing materials. Output: We require the final icons to be provided in eps and ai formats. Icon 1: The Prophet - The Prophet is a wireless transmitter that sends inventory level information (i.e. water, chemicals, propane etc.) that exists inside a tank. The information is sent to the end user over the cellular network. Refer to icon brief PDF for a photo of this product. Icon 2: The Foresight - Functioning similarly to the Prophet, the Foresight is used to wirelessly monitor multiple tanks.Refer to icon brief PDF for a photo of this product. Icon 3: A Single Tank – this icon would represent a single tank as the photo shows. It should have some level of detail so that it does not look simply like a white cylinder. Refer to icon brief PDF for photo example for this tank. Icon 4: A Tote – a container like the one in the photograph, also with some level of detail as to not appear to simply be a white box. A typical tote is a 275 gallon white plastic tank that sits inside a rigid stainless steel “cage”, with four corner blocks on the bottom, so that a forklift can get under it and lift it. There is a valve at center bottom, like this photo. In real life it measures about 4’x4’x4’ (a cube). Refer to icon brief PDF for photo example for this tank. Icon 5: a Tank Farm – this icon would represent a number of tanks staggered at varying heights. Refer to icon brief PDF for photo example for this tank. Icon 6: A Propane tank – see photo. Do not include any text/writing on the tank. Icon 7: Two-way voice – This icon needs to represent voice/sound and hearing to replace the current microphone we are using in diagram included in icon brief PDF. Icon 8: PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) wireless pendant icon – A wireless pendant worn around the neck – typically by an elderly person – which they press if they “fallen and can’t get up”. See photo. If you need additional information or clarification for the information provided in the icon brief please ask.
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Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their button or icon.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
WirelesslyProtected collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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