SWATTBooks got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Introduction to Crypto Book Requires Bold Cover
Check out SWATTBooks's Book cover contest…
Crypto Made Clear: My Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency & Trading
Holly is a young self-employed Aesthetic Practitioner who took up cryptocurrency trading as a way of earning money during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst not out of the 'financial tunnel’ yet, Holly believes that cryptocurrency will continue to change her financial situation for the better which has led her to want to write this book.
With this book, Holly hopes to provides key information and guidance to understand the cryptocurrency world, to help others starting from scratch who have no experience and potentially the same lack of confidence with maths and figures. Cryptocurrency has already begun to integrate itself into our 21st-century world. I hope this book helps to show that when rules and patterns are followed in trading that risks can be minimized, losses reduced, and most importantly - money made!
Someone who is inquisitive, open-minded, and wants to learn more about new opportunities. 18-40yr people (male or female) who are not risk-averse, with no prior knowledge of finance/trading.
Book cover type
The author likes things that are simple, however, she is aware that if it is too basic it won’t catch people’s eyes, and therefore is open to artistic license with how this is achieved. The ultimate goal is that when you are scrolling down a page of books I want it to stand out and make you pause your mouse. I have uploaded a screenshot of the exact colors that the author wants to use; please only use these colors and only as an accent to make the cover 'pop'. As mentioned previously, only use the uploaded illustration as the main graphic. Please feel free to add color to the illustration, but so sparingly (i.e. if you color the illustration, only use black for the text, or vice versa). I have also uploaded a couple of book covers that the author has specifically submitted as examples of what she likes. Please use these for inspiration; don't just copy them.
What to avoid
The author does not want anything too messy or too obvious. For example, all the books currently out there about crypto use coins on the front cover or look super duper boring. I’d like my book to look modern, be different and stand out from everyone else’s.
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.
SWATTBooks 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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