No complaints. The designer accurately responded to my requests and turned in files in a timely manner. Thanks, Lungguh, for the good work!
Accommodating and flexible with revisions. Excellent work.
- Growth Digital
How mweeke started their banner ad journey
Who are you known as?
San Francisco State University College of Business Enterprises
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Under the umbrella of the SFSU College of Business, the College of Business Enterprises (or COBE) bridges the gap between academia and industry by enabling business students and professors to perform real-life consulting projects for existing Bay Area companies and also through our Executive Education offerings.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Banner Ads for our spring Executive Education offerings that we'll run in our upcoming digital marketing campaign. The goal is to both increase brand awareness and to hopefully drive traffic through the ads to our website and ultimately registration for our programs. This specific ad will be for our Mergers & Acquisitions program which you can read about in fuller detail here: http://gbp.cob.sfsu.edu/mergers-and-acquisitions
I've attached the existing logos/SF State seal that we've used in some of our previous designs: most likely for University Communications to approve the design it will need to incorporate these existing graphics/the SF State seal, we can't use an additional logo at this time. However mostly any iteration that you see of the SFSU logo on our website is probably a form that we can use. Other than the potential inclusion of that we're really looking for a new approach/feel to the advertising creative that we're pushing (interested in newer more trendy designs) so go with your gut!
We primarily use 300x250 and 782x90 banner ads for our digital marketing campaigns that need to be below 50k (or sometimes 40k) in size - whichever size you would prefer to design is fine (or both) and upon going with a designer we'll request the additional sizes.