How Time On The Hill started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Time On The Hill
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A screenshot of Time On The Hill 2.0 is below. This brand new small D.C. based company provides guidance and support from individuals who have worked in staffer roles on Capitol Hill in the past to the next generation of individuals who need help and guidance to land a new staffer job on Capitol Hill for themselves. I would like to see the Capitol Dome used in the design. A new version of http://www.timeonthehill.com being built and modernized. I would also like to see a design that is a square with rounded corners for upload into Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. This company is looking to attract individuals who are ready to make a commitment to action and work hard to land a great job and big time experience on Capitol Hill.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
The colors and layout of the new 2.0 Wordpress version of Time On The Hill will be using the "Responsive" theme. This theme is mostly black and white and boldly designed. A screenshot of Time On The Hill 2.0 is below.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A screenshot of Time On The Hill 2.0 is below. My current logo can be viewed at http://www.timeonthehill.com. It doesn't pop and it doesn't match the new "Responsive" theme that I'm using for the 2.0 version of http://www.timeonthehill.com. Wordpress suggests that the home page title/logo banner across the top must be 300 x 100 to look the best. I'm looking for a logo that is crisp, that pops, in black & white and makes a statement along with a great first impression. For the letterhead and possibly the Web site as well (a banner of 300 x 100 would be preferred according to Wordpress) the logo can be 4 times wider than it is tall. However, for LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. the design should be a boxy/square with rounded corners so that an upload on LinkedIn fits really well. The inclusion of the Capitol dome within the design is the only true requirement. Thank you very much in advance. I'm looking to launch the site in two weeks - there are a lot of folks out there who need help landing a job. Thank you in advance! And please don't be afraid to be a little bold with the logo.