This is not a big project. But....it is one of many projects. The reason it is not big (in other words small budget) is that I just opened an online ecommerce cartoon merchandise store, recovering from two major surgeries,and a full time disabled student. But I digress. Please don't feel bad for me. I love my work; I just don't make much yet; store just opened. I need one "brand" log for Londons Times Cartoons. Visit my site at www.londonstimes.us. The URL It will go on that site and have that text in it or under it. That same logo will be used for the store site which is at [url removed, login to view] . Different text will be on it; that is [url removed, login to view] Any questions contact me. Between those two sites and a third (Ecard site) I'm opening this week, there will be LOTS of coding and web management type work avaiable. The trick to working with me long term (or forever) is to think of a price and half it (I MAY be able to pay that), and expedite the product quickly. You won't see me using anyone else year after year if you can do that; that is, keep in mind, that quality is important, but right now budget is my reality. That will change as products begin to sell. Store just went up in September. Thanks for understanding. When it says "Less Than $100 it means MUCH less unfortunately at this time. But these are short sweet projects and many of them. So it ads up quickly. Rick
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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not sure but my computer uses windows xp