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Boost Your Rewards
What We Do:
Provide a free tool that helps users maximize credit card rewards.
Financial & Insurance
Top Three Things to Communicate through our Logo:
#1 - Professional
#2 - Smart
#3 - Fun
21-45 year olds, male or female. United States only. Middle to Upper Income. Specific audience is smart shoppers, deal-seekers, and people interested in personal finance.
Styles that we are interested in:
A wordmark consists of the company name in a stylized type and may include small abstract or pictorial elements. Famous examples include:
A pictorial mark uses literal or representative imagery to symbolize the brand. Famous examples include:
Although there is no official description of "Web 2.0" logos, some common elements can include: vibrant colors, subtle 3d feel, bold type, color transitions, and shadows. Famous examples include:
Please note that the above brands are in no way, shape, or form associated with LogoTournament. They are cited as examples under Fair Use for the enrichment of the general public's knowledge of the graphic arts.
Please see the attached picture for the website color scheme (the website is still under construction, but the color scheme is set). The logo will sit on top of a black background, so all submissions should be on a black background. I don't want the logo to be overly colorful, but I would like there to be some color -- use your creativity here and try to incorporate some of the colors from the attached image.
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
I would like a wordmark of the words "Reward Boost", along with a pictorial mark. The wordmark should be clean and professional (think Apple for its simplicity and sharpness as a starting point, but I don't want it to look exactly like the "Apple" wordmark), and the pictorial mark should emphasize "Boost" (be creative on how you imagine the word "boost" looks in pictorial form). I would also like a subtle representation of "Reward" (money/credit cards) built into the pictorial mark (with the focus on the "Boost" part).
Where we will use the Logo: