Communicates very well and delivered a spectacular design.
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- Mr Wolf
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- Ariesta | Helliumworks Studio
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How mrs.aimeejones started their postcard, flyer or print journey
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What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is for our church youth program called SWITCH. The target market is kids from 7th-12th grade, the athlete, hipster, skater. We want an edgy feel.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need an invite card the youth can pass around announcing the launch
of our SWITCH program. The address, time,
and date are important. The SWITCH logo is specific and we must
to it with a white, black, and/or cyan blue are the color options.
They have recently done away with using the triangular icon at the
of the word SWITCH and only use the word SWITCH. Gotham Bold is the
font for the logo and there is no shadowing, outlining, or
embellishments allowed to it. Helvetica, Arial, or Myriad are allowed
for body and content. We want an unusual shape to the invite card. It
will be a heavy weight paper like a business card, but larger. The
last one we did was a 3"x3" with rounded corners. I was thinking
oblong or circle this time. The logo on one side, with the event info
on the other side. Some use of gloss vs. matte on the front would be
cool maybe but as long as the logo is pure on the front, the use of
which color combo and such is open. The back will have the info: YOU
ARE INVITED or DON'T MISS THIS or some catchy come hither phrase,
SWITCH Youth Experience 7th-12th grade., The Frisco Center, Clinton,
Oklahoma and then TheEdgeChurch.tv logo somewhere at the bottom.