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How philj1972 started their banner ad journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our product is a blog that is written by cardiologists. The target audience is anyone who is interested in learning about cardiovascular health, disease, and treatments. Our objective is to build a large following and to become a valuable reference source for those in need of this type of information.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We have a blog which is currently functional at http://blog.myheart.net/ and is in need of a more exciting banner at the top. The site was built using a professional WordPress template and we are happy in general with the look and feel of it, but would like a title banner to match the professional standard set by the template. The title should say "MyHeart.net Blog" and should match the font seen at the address: http://www.myheart.net (but do not need to use the picture of the man located on that page). The font is Trajan Pro and we would like to maintain the reflection if possible. Our logo is pictured there as well (attached below), which is the heart with the EKG emblazoned into it. Feel free to tweak the logo a bit if you feel it is necessary, but we would like to maintain the same basic design.
The blog is written mainly by cardiologists who are using it as a platform to provide answers to the most common questions we get in our clinics. We also address some other health topics as well. The title banner should convey a picture of cardiovascular health and that the site is written by medical professionals. We are not opposed to using a picture in the banner (perhaps a silhouetted runner or something similar). We would like to see some creativity here and do not want to be overly constraining. The main constraint is that it blends well with the blog that is already in place.