We are extremely pleased with our experience with Metz. He was professional, accommodating, detail-oriented and creative, and we're very happy with the final result. Thank you Metz!
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How botolo86 started their logo design journey
TellaWorld is a completely new concept of social network. How many times did you try to write something on the 'net and nobody ever replied to your message in a forum, your comment on a blog or your tweet? Audience was missing. Now TellaWorld solves this problem and gives you the audience you were looking for. Every message posted on TellaWorld is displayed for 30 seconds on the main page. All users connecting to TellaWorld.com during those 30 seconds will see just your message, the star of the website. And you will receive tons of views and comments. TellaWorld is a global think-tank, a place where people will share their most important emotions, feelings and thoughts. We want quality, not quantity.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
users with something deep to say, bloggers, people looking for new interesting friends from all over the World, users who want to be part of a community of people who care, who love to talk and to share emotions.
TellaWorld is all about users and their thoughts. A big role of TellaWorld is also Planet Earth. Each message is displayed on a big 3D Planet Earth from the place inserted by the user. As you may see, the current layout and logo of TellaWorld are very dark. We want to change this, we want something full of passion, of life, of positive energy. We want the logo to say users what TellaWorld is. We are looking for your creativity. Feel free to experiment, to use capital letters, lower case letters, to use a mascotte close to the logo. Whatever you feel appropriate. We will write feedbacks on a daily basis and we are here for any clarification you may need.
Logo should be made ready to be used on different kind of backgrounds, white or dark.
Designers should also provide a single letter or symbol to be used somewhere instead of the full logo (like, for example, the "f" of Facebook or the two dots of Flickr).