I've worked with Duha on several projects. He always give me a very fast turn around. Most importantly, he is excellent at transforming the concepts I have visualized into great designs.
How Ejacunski started their logo design journey
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
n2Win stands for "In-To-Win". We present an easy way to enter into a daily $500 cash prize (online, guaranteed winners). The media vehicle is called "in-text online advertising". We've all seen it. When you're on a particular content page (MSN, Yahoo, WSJ, etc) and you see certain words that are hyperlinked (blue/underline). These are sponsored links that lead to a hover-over pop-up with an ad/offer or other context that relates to that "in-text" word. In our case, if a user clicks, they are presented with a chance to win a $500 daily guaranteed cash prize. It's that simple ... you're reading some web content that you're interested in. A few words within that text may be sponsored by us, displayed as a hyperlink (subtle, contextually relevant approach), you mouse over and read our pop-up offer ... click it and "you're in to win" (n2Win). This is online integrated ad media, and we offer a compelling sweepstakes incentive to click the ad.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
(5/23/11 Updated Note: Amazing designs thus far which have helped us to fine-tune our approach to this logo. We now believe that a logo that attempts to group the N2 and/or the Win will help better visually define it. If either of them hold together as a unique units, perhaps the reader can grasp the meaning ... that N2 represents "In To" ... "win". I have extended the contest hoping for a few more revisions. Thank you.
(Updated Note: All submissions thus far seem to focus most on the "N" and "2". We're open to ideas that also create more visual interest focusing on the "WIN" as well - thank you)
(New Note: as this product is a hover-over pop-up ad, one might explore an image that tries to convey that as well ... perhaps a very subtle visual queue that suggests a thought or word bubble.) We tried a few options, but need to see lots of variations. We're not sold on the ideas attached at all .. but it shows you we side with using an alphanumeric approach, we like the use of circles, and often lowercase fonts (but don't let that lock you in). Should feel very current, innovative, web 2.0. We're are open to lot's of suggestions. The audience will skew younger, more web-savvy. This type of offer appeals to the online gaming community and uber online shoppers). This will ultimately be used online and will have to render very small, so it must be readable. Thank you.