WebHostingBuzz.com are looking for an experienced graphic designer with weighting placed on Photoshop skills to modify several of our logo files (redraw the logos in higher resolution) making them ready for print.
We're offering $20/hour for this and should we be happy with your work, it is likely we'd offer you future projects. We are a very dynamic and forward thinking company putting out some very different marketing campaigns, so we are interested in having someone graphically talented in working on this.
So, if you are a Photoshop pro and very artistically talented, I'd like to hear from you. Please email me at matt[at]webhostingbuzz.com with at least 5 examples of your recent work. References will be required and checked upon too.
Please do not waste my time or yours if you do not fit the requirements but would like to ask if we'd consider someone of lesser ability because we won't.
Payment will be offered via credit card/wire transfer but no Paypal, due to some banking difficulties with our Paypal account.
Matthew Russell | Namecheap
...modify several of our logo files (redraw the logos in higher resolution) making them ready for print.
what You actually need is an experienced vector artist, not someone experienced with photoshop, You'll always need the PSD files remade and thats a waste of time, You should get someone to deliver the logos in vector format, redraw, edit, whatever needs done.
So if You're after logos that are print quality (always) You need someone good with using Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand or Corel Draw
You can use Photoshop for good quality prints i.e. most printing firms will accept 300dpi, CYMK .PSD as an acceptable printing format and the result will be the same as a .ai file although vector has the advantage of being able to be scaled to any size without loss of quality..
Are we talking about the rather simple logo on your main page, or are there others that are more involved than that? That particular logo could be done in very short order, to be honest, with more time spent figuring out the font used (unless you know this) than the actual work involved.
Can we see the logos in question?