What logo to choose

June 9, 2007

We know about software, but logo design is something completely different. So we put this job on rentacoder.com to draw a new logo. We received 20+ bids. It took us ages to go over all these people’s portfolio. We even got kicked from rentacoder for 24hours because of ‘heavy browsing’.

Finally we selected ‘Draward’, who really convinced us with a smashing set of his previous work. You can find samples of his work here and here.

So now we are faced with a second problem, what logo to choose for our RadioCorridor.com site. This is where we want your help. Have a quick look at the logos below and tell us which you prefer. You can add a comment or send us an email with your thoughts on Administrator@RadioCorridor.com.

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There may be many causes for a celebration, but this is certainly one: our RadioCorridor.com site is finally up! Man, man, we have big plans with this thing.

  1. First and foremost, we are building a community for people of the same company.
    We are all very passionate about the place we work. Everyone has opinions/suggestions/remarks about his or her workplace. So many people write about their jobs in public blogs. We want to offer a forum where people can do that without worries on bringing out confidential information.
  2. Define company strategy from within
    We are not in any way affiliated with any of the companies we are hosting. We want to offer you the certainty that in no event, information on our servers will be shared with your management. In future versions of this site, we will be offering features to let people define together where the company has to go to. This is company strategy definition from within, the grassroots level.
  3. Build a site, make a statement, get things moving
    Builders build houses, factory workers build cars and software people build sites like this one. That is what we at RadioCorridor want to do: to build the best inhouse company social network. The wish to get this working is keeping us awake!

So here we go…

get things moving