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Telecom Website

DAS & Small Cells Congress

Contest Holder amorgan ?

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Concepts Submitted

38

Prize Money
500
Winner(s)

1

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Project: Telecom Website
Contest Launched: Dec 08, 2014
Selected: 1 winning design from 38 concepts
Winning Design by: jogdesigner
Close Date: Jan 09, 2015


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Telecom Website

DAS & Small Cells Congress

Telecommunications

www.DASCongress.com

This website is for an event that is in it's eighth year and we want to revamp the website, so it looks modern and more in tune with what is going on the industry. T The logo for the event will remain the same, as that on the current site What is DAS you ask? DAS is an antenna that is placed in buildings that have large crowds of people at one time (eg. hospital, stadium, casino, university, etc) and it helps out the cell phone companies by taking a bulk of that data/voice traffic off of the their network. In other words it enables users to actually use their phone without network interference. A small cells is a much smaller device similar to DAS but it is created to take 5-10 devices off of a network instead of thousands like DAS. Wifi is also part of the fray, but that is a separate system not used by the cell phone carriers. I really like the clean look of http://www.interop.com/lasvegas/?itc=we_ilv_le_ilv_hdr_img_logo (BUT NOT THE IMAGERY OR COLORS). Our competitors are http://www.smallcellsamericas.com/page.cfm/Link=1/t=m/goSection=1 and http://wifiworldsummit.com/

Not too many colors.

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above header

www.interop.com/lasvegas

Navigation placement can be anywhere.


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