Center for REALTOR Technology's Appraisal Dashboard
The Center for REALTOR Technology (CRT) is a department within the largest US trade association serving REALTOR members, the National Association of REALTORS (NAR).
NAR currently has a membership of 1million+.
CRT's goal is to provide technology information & resources that empower each real estate professional with tools that are relevant to their business. http://www.realtors.org/crt
Our target audience with this project are the tech professionals who take care of the making sure that large databases of houses for sale are up and running.
This dashboard ensures that the data comes back in an easy to understand and friendly manner so that real estate professionals understand the information easily. The dashboard allows queries to match real estate professional criteria, displays maps and pictures, do comparison between houses for sale, etc.
Must haves for this logo, please:
- use PMS blue 293 somewhere in the logo, not necessarily the entire logo but used somewhere in the color scheme
- please use the name "Appraisal Dashboard" somewhere in the logo as well as "A resource of the National Association of REALTORS®" in much smaller font. Please use your judgement on font size so that the text does not overpower the logo.
- final files should be delivered in the following formats on white background where applicable: png non-transparent, png transparent, jpg, and eps.
-final sizes - the formats should be delivered in high and low resolutions that will print nicely and crisply on paper as well as display clearly on the web.
Now the Fun Part : )
-Feel free to use your imagination. If your concept is abstract, that's fine. It does not need to be.
- Eye catching and professional
- To give you an idea of what exactly the Appraisal Dashboard looks like, click here: http://demo.crt.realtors.org/apprai…/index.php
- just as an initial idea...not something you have to do...how would a screen with a map, one with a spreadsheet or chart, and one with home pictures work. Of course, these would be much smaller and graphics not pictures. See attached file to get a broad idea of how these images would be stacked.
Thank you for your time and interest!