brya6c got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Design New Book Cover for Best-Selling Book Series
Check out brya6c's Book cover contest…
The Future of Insurance: From Disruption to Evolution
Bryan Falchuk is the Managing Partner of Insurance Evolution Partners, which advises carriers and their partners on how to navigate an evolving industry facing disruption and change. Bryan spent 20 years in insurance, including serving as Head of Claims for Hiscox USA and leading Growth for the InsurTech, Hi Marley. He has also held leadership roles at carriers like Liberty Mutual and Beazley, and was a consultant in McKinsey & Company’s insurance practice. Bryan is a best-selling author and public speaker, including several TEDx Talks. His best-selling book, The Future of Insurance: From Disruption to Evolution, shares case studies of seven carriers who overcame the barriers to change we face in the industry to innovate in the face of disruptive threats.
Case studies and lessons of insurance companies navigating disruption and change in the industry. Told over a series of volumes, with the first being traditional insurers, and the second volume being startups.
People working in the insurance industry, serving it or investing in it. This could include people at traditional insurance companies, startups, venture capitalists and more. Generally 30-60 years old, and targeted in North America, though the book has sold globally.
Book cover type
A simple design, but one that will attract the eye better than the current cover art (can be seen at future-of-insurance.com). I am releasing the second volume this summer, and wanted to freshen the cover art for that. I would like something where the color could be played with across the two volumes (e.g. vol 1 is green with white writing/art, and vol 2 could be white with green writing/art) to imply a connection between the two. The logo (bulb w/ lock) needs to be used in the design, and I would like to keep with the color palette in the original release (Green #01a572 and Dark Green #006946). Font is currently Avenir, but I'm open to a change if necessary. I'd like to imply progress and forward movement, overcoming constraints or barriers to progress, and keep it somehow implying that it's about insurance (the lock in the logo may do this enough).
What to avoid
Please avoid photographs, and stick to line art or illustration. You cannot use umbrellas at all. The original release did, and I received a cease and desist order from a global insurer who trademarked the use of any umbrella in insurance.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at $299.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
brya6c collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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