WattBuzz.com is a bargain-shopping web community for security pros and other related low voltage professionals. In addition to sharing the latest buzz on related industry conferences and insight into new products, this site will serve up deals on items like security cameras, intrusion detection systems, and close circuit TVs for video surveillance. The site is in beta mode and is waiting for a snazzy logo to compliment the existing web design.
WattBuzz.com is a bargain shopping web community for security pros and other related low voltage professionals. For the target audience, picture professionals who consult on and/or install security cameras, closed circuit TV surveillance systems, badge access systems and other similar low voltage systems, mostly for office buildings. Another common user would be an IT-type manager who is responsible for a company's building security. Assume a primarily male and tech-savvy audience.
In addition to serving up fresh security deals each day, WattBuzz has a a team of contributing writers who write about the latest technology emerging in the industry, and also offer their insights into upcoming industry conferences and events.
The main goals of the site are:
1. To share great deals on low voltage products.
2. To keep members informed of the latest low voltage technology and trends.
3. To promote upcoming industry conferences and events which would be of interst to low voltage professionals.
4. To provide a user forum and web 2.0 features so that members can interact with each other and share their collective knowledge and make contacts.
5. (and this is important) To accomplish all of the above in a fun, personable and easily-accessible tone.
- A tech-savvy, fun logo
- Use either "wattbuzz" or "WattBuzz"
- Style and palette of logo should complement and enhance the existing web site design of http://www.wattbuzz.com
- Logo should look good against background color of existing top banner on wattbuzz.com and should also look good against a white background (or we'd need 2 different versions)
- Will mostly be used on the web and prefer wide logos over a tall logo orientation.
- Should look good when scaled to smaller size (like for banner ads, etc)
- Prefer logos with text and a graphic, though we're open to your text-only concepts, too.
- Format:vector, with all possible layers intact, and would like one greyscaleversion of each, also in vector format. I will ask the winner where Ican find the font/s they used.
- Please don't include .com in the logo
- No overly-thin fonts that are hard to read when scaled down
- No complex logos that look cluttered when scaled down
- Noclipart, no iStockPhoto, no copying other designers' work here orelsewhere on the web, and please let us know if you see anythingsuspicious.Thanks in advance for your time and sharing your talents with us!