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Create a logo/site design in Fireworks, Win Adobe CS3 Web Premium

Posted November 07, 2007 by senocular

Fire on the Bay is a new San Francisco bay area user group focused on Adobe Fireworks. To help kick off their inauguration into usergroup-hood, they are holding a contest to help design their logo and web site. If you win, you'll score yourself a copy of Adobe CS3 Web Premium!
From the Fire on the Bay web site:
Contest Details:

With the introduction of "Fire on the Bay", a new user group based in San Francisco, we are holding a contest for a commercial copy of Adobe CS3 Web Premium. The winner that designs the coolest and most appropriate site mockup with logo for the group will win the prize.

Site mockup and Logo Requirements:

The site mockup should be geared for HTML/CSS design. Color scheme is up to you and should overall fit with the logo. The layout will be implemented by Luke and team.

Keep in mind we would like to use the logo for printing, clothing and other places as well as use it on the website too.

The Submission of the Website design should be:
Width: 900px
Height: 900px
Resolution: 72px
File Format: Fireworks .png

Entries should be emailed to manager@fireonthebay.org

Best of all, you don't even have to be in the bay area to enter. In fact, each meeting is hosted on Adobe Connect so you can attend the meetings online rather than being there in person (though meetings are held in the Adobe Offices in San Francisco which is pretty cool).

I spent the afternoon making a quick little example of a Fire on the Bay logo and site design. It's nothing special, and since I'm a judge (wink wink), I didn't put too much effort into it.

The contest ends on the Nov. 20th meeting so hurry up and get designing!