To celebrate the upcoming release of the iPhone 5, Epik is offering $200 off on all projects of $1200 and up for iPhone in Canada users! Just contact Epik to request a quote, and mention that you saw my ad on iphoneincanada.ca. This is a limited-time offer (for as long as the ad runs).
Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of working with Gary at iPad in Canada to develop a new logo for his site. Gary runs both ipadincanada.ca and iphoneincanada.ca, two sites which have become the go-to source for everything iPhone and iPad (in Canada, of course!). From release info to app reviews to where you can find the latest device when it’s just been released and EVERYWHERE is sold out, these two sites have got you covered.
It’s finally getting warm out, I’m finally getting some sun and my skin is finally starting to lose it’s ghostly Vancouver-winter pallor. I’m in a good mood and feel like giving away some free stuff. How about logos??
If you book a website design project with Epik before August 30, 2011, you’ll get a free logo design package for your business or organization (value approx $450). If you already have a logo and don’t want to change it, you can share it with a friend, co-worker, pet, neighbour, acupuncturist or whoever needs it!
The package includes 3 initial concepts, the development of one final logo, and delivery of the logo in whatever file formats you require.
Ok, I have to add a bit of fine print, but I promise it’s not that bad:
In order to get the free logo package, you need to confirm a website design project with Epik before August 30, 2011, and we need to receive a 50% retainer from you for the cost of the project (as per standard project procedure) by that date as well.
The quoted price for your web project must be $1500 CAD or more
You can decide if you want to use the logo package before or after the website creation – although before would probably be best!
The free logo package must be used before August 30, 2012.
If you decide to give the logo package to a friend, we’ll give you a voucher to give to that person.
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