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#1 Lucidic


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Posted 05 January 2004 - 03:41 PM

This may be a stupid question but . . .

Does the "non-profit" logo area mean...

Logos for free to anyone

or does it mean...

Free logos for Non-profit orgs????

If it is the latter (which I feel it is)
Do we have any way of qualifing these people?

Maybe make them turn in a document as proof?

I want to do some free logos for a good cause
but I want it to be a true one.

I have seen a few contests that just dont add up to me as non-profit hehe

I design Flash and HTML sites
as well as full Identity Brands and more.

#2 shuv


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Posted 18 January 2004 - 10:48 AM

i had the understanding it was just plain old 'charity work' as the contest i won was titled, turned out to be for a student. which is fair enough because he explained he was a student and money is tight. so i didnt mind at all.
mabye there should be seperate forums for free work, and work for non profit orgs.
Will work for food.

#3 Xerxes


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Posted 20 January 2004 - 10:16 PM

I really feel that non-profit forum should be re-constructed a little bit. I think that some prize should be offered regaurdless, unless it is a non-profit organization and it can be proven one way or another.

For example: Synikal offered a free CD and a shirt or whatever, another person offered free hosting. These are decent prizes.

I think that we should weed out the organizations that simply want something done for free though. I am not saying to just delete their thread. We could send them a PM or email though telling them that nobody (good at least) is going to create a product for you for free.
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#4 shuv


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Posted 21 January 2004 - 06:19 AM

i totally agree
Will work for food.

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