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Help me select a design for Blips, our iPhone app


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November 4th, 2012
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Design, Just Jay

Internet Time Lab needs an icon for its forthcoming mobile app. “Blips” records a person’s feelings at various times during the day and displays aggregate results on the web. The name Blips refers to the scant amount of time — a couple of Blips a day– it takes to increase one’s feelings of contentment and satisfaction.

I crowdsourced the design of the icon to 99Designs. I put up $149 and designers are submitting ideas. What do you think? If you feel strongly, leave a comment. Note that all entries are numbered.

Here’s the Web poll. If that doesn’t work, I’ve cut and pasted the contest pages below.

 

 

 

 

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