adworksca got their new menu by running a design contest:
Menu for upscale, old-fashioned diner
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Upscale, old-fashioned diner
What's your vision?
Greetings, Uploaded you will find scanned images of the old menu and a Word document ("Lindenhurst Main with Item Updates") containing our text for the new menu. I hope the Word doc will help save you time by cutting and pasting. This will end up being a 4 page, 8 view menu (I believe I originally stated this would be a 5 page, 10 view menu, but that has changed). Page dimensions are 9x15", full bleed. I've uploaded an instruction graphic that specifies the binding requirements. I like your layout of the first page. Let's keep the first page layout the way it is. For the remaining pages, let's (loosely) try to follow the format from the old menu, using your awesome background and colors. This will hopefully save you time by providing you with an easy guide to follow. I noticed that on the cover, near the top right corner, there is a part of the background graphic that, in my opinion, adds a little too much "character". Are you able smooth that out a little bit? The "Breakfast" page will serve as the back cover of the menu. Please remove the black box from the bottom of that page and all text in it starting with "We are not responsible...". One thing to add to the back cover: I uploaded "Ad Ink Logo for Back of Menu". This can be placed near the bottom right of the page, and only needs to be large enough to be legible. I've uploaded four food pics: Wrap, Salad, Pancake and Sundae. Please incorporate these images in the appropriate places. Let's also add some more photos throughout the menu in addition to these, please. I'll trust your judgement on what you feel is appealing (feel free to use images similar to that of the old menu). I'd prefer to use free images if possible. I hope I addressed everything. Please don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions. Thanks again!
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It all began with a design brief.
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