E.D. GOUTOS S.A. got their new banner ad by running a design contest:
Flash banner for ellinonpoliteia.org
Check out E.D. GOUTOS S.A.'s Banner ad contest…
Real Estate & Mortgage
E.D. GOUTOS S.A. is the mediator company between clients who sell/ rent properties (houses, apartments, plots, land e.t.c.) and clients who want to buy properties. The company undertakes construction projects as well.
What's your vision?
First and foremost, the candidate designers should visit our sites: www.goutos.com, www.globalestate24.com, paying special attention to the site www.ellinonpoliteia.org which will be the core of our brief. Keep in mind that ellinonpoliteia.org is a pilot site, and we are under a preparatory phase creating an updated site. Ellinon Politeia is the new project of our company and the truth is that we are really proud of it! You can obtain all the information you need on the project, in the Ellinon Politeia site. So, we would like a flash banner for Ellinon Politeia (State of the Greeks) which will contain any (if not all) of the women-figures (attached in brief) along with the name "Ελλήνων Πολιτεία" (Ellinon Politeia in Greek language) written in ancient calligraphic Hellenic font and -if possible- in golden hue. If possible, try using the ancient Hellenic pillars that we attached too. The flash banner is going to be uploaded to www.ellinonpoliteia.org and to our company's other two sites (www.globalestate24.com and www.goutos.com). We are not able to give you dimensions for the banner, cause we simply do not know where exactly should the banner be put, in terms of aesthetics and functionality -we need your proposals on that as well ;)! Work on the dimensions you think are best, depending on the position you suggest for it. What we wish to achieve with this banner, is to communicate to everybody that our company has the solution for the gigantic problem called "GREEK NATIONAL DEBT" ! We truly believe that GREECE IS NOT SOLD YET, that our country stands a chance, if we all work together in solidarity. The banner should be clear-cut to this message. Ellinon Politeia has mainly soft colors, the palette extends from the cypress green and olive, to golden highlights and the color of papyrus. Use themes and ideas from Ancient Greece -specifically the 5th century B.C., known as the "Golden" era of Pericles. Any of you who got inspired by the idea behind Ellinon Politeia and has the creative mood to work on it, should feel free to use his/her imagination and creativity :). Good luck!!!
US$145 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Banner ad starts at $69.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their banner ad.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
E.D. GOUTOS S.A. collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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