Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are deploying a web-based utility called Re:Flex. It is a visualization toolkit that exposes relationships between users in open contributor systems like Wikipedia, Quora, and GitHub. The Re:flex utility will be inserted as a control window in such systems, with Wikipedia being our first deployment environment.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are looking for a logo that can also be used on a web page and/or on a presentation slide, but also as a scalable icon to represent the system. If it is not possible for the logo and the scalable icon to be exactly the same, we are open to the possibility of a logo and a complementary icon combination. The icon version of the logo will be used in a 46-pixel height toolbar as well as a 20-pixel height window header. The icon will sit on top of an 80% translucent grey RGB (204,204,204)) window overlaid on a white background with black serif text and medium blue link text (see: Wikipedia).
The logo should convey the idea of relationships among items.
It should look like it belongs in a set of Web 2.0 logos (e.g., twitter, mixx, tumblr, livejournal, stumbleupon, technorati).
Integration of text and form preferred, but not necessary.