I'dlike to use the tokay gecko for the logo. The colours in that image arepretty unique but they'd need to be tweeked for web page usage.
The image is not mine (this site is not used) and the idea of a gecko is just a starting point (else we'd have nothing right?).
So, it'd be best to use the idea of the tokay gecko along with it's colours in a quick hand-drawn image.
We provide outsourced/offshored software development and are looking to attract new clients from any country. To date, we've been working on billing and ISP-related software so you can imagine that future prospective clients would include ISPs and carriers.
We also have our own work that we will release under GPL or some other open-source model - so we'd expect to be providing a website that includes forums and community support for the open-source part of the project as well as a business-oriented side for the 'enterprise version'.
- Unique - not a Web2.0 cliche
- cheap - this is the first of and least valuable of four and all need websites so I'm here to see if 99designs will work for me.
- I think the gecko image needs an artist's touch and some inspiration to create a hand-drawn facsimile. I like the 'scribbled' look - ie I would say that 99designs' own logo looks 'scribbled'
- the actual logo text is per the brand name. Fonts and colours are up to the designer.
- sorry I'm not graphic - I'm not overly fussy though and this site just needs it's first logo hence the low prize
- not *too* serious
- not too complicated
- no issues with colours for web page etc