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On the Huddler site, we had awards for things like Member of the Year or Month, Kickstarter of the Month, and even silly things like "Stupid Monkey" or "Lowest Score Wins" reader, etc.

The new site hasn't had them yet because the plugin/application is still being developed. It's in beta stages now, but rather than just use the old images, I'd like to consider standardizing.

Is there anyone out there who has some experience with graphic design (and by some I mean more than me - I like to say I know enough to be dangerous) who is interested in helping me by designing some new awards? They'll probably be about 64 x 64 (so when they display at 32 x 32 they will ideally look good on both hi-res displays as well as normal displays), and fairly consistent, except for the obvious "mark" on them which shows what they're for. But, they can be any size/shape rectangle, and aren't limited to squares.

They can also go in two areas: beneath the signature or in the "info pane" (which is where the avatar, username, etc. are). I'll probably keep them all beneath the signature, but I'm open to making some of the awards smaller, probably black, for just the user info area.

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I be willing to assist with drawings and graphic designs.  

I've mainly worked with Corel and have used Adobe Illustrator in the past.

What file format have you used for the badges, gif, bitmap, jpeg, etc?

How about animation ideas?

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The new graphics on the forum categories page look very cool. Nice job to whoever picked or created them.

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3 hours ago, JonMA1 said:

The new graphics on the forum categories page look very cool. Nice job to whoever picked or created them.

Thanks. I probably could have spent my time better last night than doing that, but what the heck… they look better than the same old bubbles for every sub-forum. :-)

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