moomeo allows people to share emails with the world by sending the email to email@example.com. After the email is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, the email that the user wants to share is automatically hosted by moomeo. The user then receives a separate email prompting the user to send a tweet or Facebook status update about the email hosted at moomeo. Twitter and Facebook followers can then view and comment on the email by clicking on the shortlink provided in the tweet or Facebook status update.
Our target audience initially consists of frequent users of Twitter and the Facebook status update tool. The audience is tech-savvy and ranges from gossip teens to professional adults.
The name moomeo references a moose (the "moo" part of the name) so we'd like a moose to serve as our logo. The moose should be a standalone logo, but please also provide the name (font type, etc.) alongside the moose.
As for the moose, we've reference 3 logos to help guide your initial efforts:
We like the Linux penguin because of it's shape and it's professional appeal. We like the Zendesk guy because we think it's hip/edgy/cool. We like the clipart moose because it's a moose sitting down (this is our initial thought - but we're open to ideas!!) --- although we do think the moose is too clipart-ish.
This is the ground zero for moomeo and we’re turning to 99designs to help us shape our identity. In the future, we'll likely expand beyond sharing just emails to sharing all types of documents/information so we don't want a reference to emails in our logo.
We will give feedback on the designs throughout to help guide the process. Once we pick a logo, we’ll open up separate contests on 99designs for the web page and twitter background designs.
The design should be delivered in both psd and jpeg formats.