Ben Barnett necessitava di un nuovo design di pulsante o icona e ha lanciato un contest su 99designs.
È stato scelto un vincitore tra 9 design presentati da 8 designer.
We at Informatel are a technology company that is creating a mobile application for Planet Ark. The application will help people to find better ways to help the environment, from finding their closest recycling centre, to how to get involved on National Tree, to making a donation by sending an ecard to a friend.
We are targeting any one interested in helping the environment. They might be school children who want to get involved by planting trees, or they might be the elderly who want to send their grand children an ecard and at the same time make a donation to Planet Ark.
We require 8 different icons with the following technical requirements:
1) High-quality png format.
2) They should be square images that are180x180 pixels and they need to look good on a mobile phone so nothing too complex.
3) They should have a white background.
4) Any text should be large enough to view on a mobile phone.
We need the following icons:
1) GBill - this is for a green bill payment service done through a mobile.
2) eCard Maker - this will enable users to make a donation and send an ecard to their friends etc.
3) National Tree Day
4) Find Closest Recycling Centre (Recycle Locator).
5) Club Ark
6) News & Events.
7) Send to a Friend - send the application to a friend.
8) Planet Ark - we need just a generic planet ark image for the splash screen. This should be consistant with their current image (see website).
You can find out more by visiting http://www.planetark.org.au and checking out the designs of the icons on their websites. We would like something consistant with this design.
You will also find attached the current icons we are using in development as place markers (there isn't one for Send to a Friend). These should be a good guide as to what we are after. Just remember, if you include text it cannot be too small as it won't then be readable on a mobile phone (as is the current case with the recycling icon and the "National" above the Tree Day on that icon).