It was a true pleasure to work with Fuaadh during this contest. His work is phenomenal, the turn around time on adjustments are extremely fast and he works hard to make sure everything is complete and to my satisfaction. Highly recommended.
Nice and fitting design, she really read the brief and understood what I was looking for.
- Mallory E
We ran a contest for a label and Mallory responded along with 12 other participants. Along the way we made some suggestions to the direction that ultimately ended in Mallory having the winning label.
We were in need of two labels and ran another contest. This time, we invited Mallory to join the contest and with 11 other participants, she created a second winning label for our group.
I would recommend Mallory's talents to anyone looking for someone that can take your idea and turn it into reality. 5 STARS
How EPTAC started their card or invitation journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a training and consulting company for the electronics industry. Basically we provide solder training and IPC (our licensing body) certification to folks that design and assembly electronic components on to printed circuit boards. Our web site is http://www.eptac.com and http://www.eptaccanada.ca. We train predominately through the United States and Canada.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Each year we email broadcast a holiday card to our customers, vendors, friends and associates we work with at EPTAC. I have attached some samples for your review.
This year we would like to do the same and need a new design, incorporating our logo, name and a holiday wish to everyone. We need an image that can be used in the email saying that.
The size has varied over the years from 800x600 to 600x600, basically supporting the design. The critical piece is really keeping the file size to a minimum, hopefully 200-300k.
I tend to like clean designs. My favorite of the designs sent to you as samples is the one with the silver colors in it.
I think that I want the design to bleed off to white on the edges, so that when it is centered in an email, it looks like it fits into any size window on the device you are using.
I am wondering if a snowy soft image might be cool. Like the concept of using our logo as an ornament.