Job Forward

I received more than 200 proposals and was satisfied with a very creative, stylish logo for our web service. Thank you very much!

$306 paid

230 custom designs

pre-qualified designers

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Winning design #204 by Jera, Logo Design for Job Forward Contest
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designed by Jera

Project description

#NOTE: I attached an addendum to benchmark combinations of logo and icon at 9AM SGT on Dec 6. #NOTE: For those who submit proposal for your first time, please do not propose ideas by copying the previous proposed ideas. To be fair and respect the owners of the ideas, I will score those copy ideas at lower than average. Thank you for your understanding. --------------------- -Objective Create a logo attached with an icon for a brand-new social recruiting web service. -Background We are going to develop a brand-new social recruiting service called Job Forward. We would like to create a service logo which includes an icon. The icon will be used by itself as symbol of the service like facebook, google+, Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest. -Details of the web service Job Forward is a recruiting platform service. By using Job Fowrard, recruiters can ask their friends and employees to share job description posts on social networks. Simply, it is a social referral service to gather quality candidates through social networks. For job seekers, they can find good job opportunities which their friends are recommending. Supporters who help to spread job posts will receive rewards depending on their contributions. -Target users Young professionals age 20-30s Global service including non English speaking countries -Brand equity Joyful, Friendly, Professional, -Mandatory points Communicate the web service immediately to users. Be clearly readable. Includes an icon. Background color must be white. Fit for internet web pages. -Flexible points Color of logo. Capital or small letters of Job Forward -Logo usage Mainly at our web service. -Appendix Please check the attachment for benchmarking logos from social media.

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