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Comments for Seattle Art Blog http://www.seattleartists.com/blog The Local Seattle Artist Community & Art Scene Thu, 23 Oct 2014 18:26:02 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.5.1 Comment on [Cancelled] Announcing Our New Logo Design Contest by Josh http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/index.php/announcing-our-new-logo-design-contest/#comment-8962 Josh Thu, 23 Oct 2014 18:26:02 +0000 http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/?p=342#comment-8962 Good of you to rectify your initial position. Spec work is not truly limited to design or designers, but any profession or skill set an individual may possess whose value goes unpaid (or even underpaid).

While certain organizations like AIGA and it’s local affiliate have policies in place, spec work or disguised as “pitches” in the agency world are basically an equivalent that exists as the practice has been in place since the dawn of advertising. Point being is it still happens…professionally.

A brand is more than just the visual representation (the logo). The logo is an identifier, something that shortcuts the time between the viewing of the physical manifestation and the associated feelings.

This doesn’t have to be complex. Here is a look at cultural institutions with before and after shots. (this is a good blog to look at in relation to your efforts).Brand New

At a minimum use your funds and ask a designer you may be connected to via the community if they’d do the work for the $300. At an average wage for a designer, it’s a little over 6 hours of actual work. Beyond that number of hours you can negotiate with the designer if they’d be able to do some more for payment later or perhaps they’d just like to donate some hours and not charge you for the additional work.

If you were a non-profit, then this might be easier. :)

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Comment on [Cancelled] Announcing Our New Logo Design Contest by Jason Grube http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/index.php/announcing-our-new-logo-design-contest/#comment-8961 Jason Grube Thu, 23 Oct 2014 18:24:10 +0000 http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/?p=342#comment-8961 Wow. It’s rare you see such a thoughtful, mature and appropriate response. I applaud you!

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Comment on [Cancelled] Announcing Our New Logo Design Contest by lancekagey http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/index.php/announcing-our-new-logo-design-contest/#comment-8959 lancekagey Wed, 22 Oct 2014 18:05:41 +0000 http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/?p=342#comment-8959 Just want to make my opinion known about having people do free design work for you in the guise of a “contest”
It’s both unethical and degrading to those of us who take the craft seriously. It’s especially bad from an organization that appears to be in support of Artists.

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Comment on What happens when you mark or report an email as SPAM? by Joe McDonald http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/index.php/what-happens-when-you-mark-or-report-an-email-as-spam/#comment-8933 Joe McDonald Thu, 24 Jul 2014 20:46:52 +0000 http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/?p=213#comment-8933 Hi Anthony, very good question. Marking an e-mail as spam doesn’t flag the e-mail address it appears to be coming from as bad. Marking it as spam simply flags the content as spam along with the originating sender, usually an embedded “reply-to” address that is the real sender along with information about that sending server. Mail uses more intelligent filtering that learns to recognize e-mail content that you consider to be spam. Only a small part of that is the e-mail address that it is coming from. Most spammers rarely stick to using the same “from” address so flagging those would not be an effective spam fighting mechanism. Bottom line is that you are typically safe when flagging spam that appears to come from your own domain. The emails are, as you point out, spoofed.

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Comment on What happens when you mark or report an email as SPAM? by Anthony http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/index.php/what-happens-when-you-mark-or-report-an-email-as-spam/#comment-8928 Anthony Wed, 02 Jul 2014 08:05:31 +0000 http://www.seattleartists.com/blog/?p=213#comment-8928 What do you do if you get a spam email and it’s from your own domain? I know there is a trick some spammers use to spoof your own domain name.

If you click spam, does it effect yourself?

Anthony

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