anneael.gombert got their new character or mascot by running a design contest:
Character or mascotte for PrestoLecture
Check out anneael.gombert's Character or mascot contest…
1st paragraph in English, second in French: PrestoLecture (lecture means reading) is a simple and easy process to read and learn 2 to 10 times faster. It is used by adults who already know how to read, and want to be more efficient in their readings. People interested in PrestoLecture are often interested in personal growth. They are in search for a better life, or for acquiring a greater expertise in their professional field. Most of them are working people (managers, entrepreneurs, or working in liberal professions). Others are students (even PhD students or researchers) who find in PrestoLecture a way to improve in their studies. PrestoLecture allows you to read faster, while feeling relaxed and alert. It actions capabilities which are forgoten in traditionnal reading, such as the use of the non conscious mind in the reading process, and the use of both brain hemispheres. Intelligences A+ est un organisme de formation qui enseigne la PrestoLecture. La PrestoLecture est une méthode simple et ludique pour lire et retenir 2 à 10 fois plus vite. Elle s'adresse donc à des adultes sachant déjà lire, et désireux de gagner du temps dans leurs lectures. Les PrestoLecteurs sont le plus souvent passionnés de développement personnel, ils cherchent en permanence à améliorer leur qualité de vie, ou à monter en expertise sur le plan professionnel. La plupart sont des actifs, dont une bonne partie est manager, entrepreneur, travailleur indépendant ou professions libérales. Les autres sont des étudiants (doctorants ou chercheurs, entre autres) qui y trouvent une solution pour progresser dans leurs études. La PrestoLecture permet d'aller plus vite tout en étant plus détendu et actif dans nos lectures. Elle met en action des capacités inutilisées dans la lecture traditionnelle, comme l'utilisation de l'inconscient dans le processus de lecture, et la mobilisation des deux hémisphères du cerveau.
What's your vision?
PrestoLecture is a 5 steps process, which I would like to illustrate with 5 illustrations. The designers should propose one character (human or not) that can be declined in 5 different situations - or stroke in 5 different poses, each pose or situation illustrating a step of the process. The design process is free, as long as each design will be easily identified in a glimpse by PrestoLecture's learners. The whole body of the character has to be shown, either it's sitting or standing (please, don't send illustrations with only the head, for instance). Please, send 1 or 2 design of your character for the contest. The purpose is to check if you caught the idea, and if the character's design suits for PrestoLecture. The winner will be proposed an extra one-to-one mission to illustrate the 3 or 4 missing steps. Below is a short description of the 5 steps system (please, choose and illustrate only 1 or 2 of those steps): 1 Preparation ("préparation", en français): The reader takes a few seconds to enter in an ideal state of mind for reading, to cut with distractions and enter in a very focus and alert state. He evacuates the stress of the body and mind by breathing deeply, using a dynamic (and relaxed) posture (spine straight). He silently formulates his purpose for reading. He also focuses on a concentration point at the top back of his head. He can imagine having a tangerine floating at a 20cm hight, 45° angle, starting at the root of the implentation of his hair. 2: Previewing ("prise de vue", en français): It's a first approach with the text, which purpose is to evaluate the pertinence of reading it, and having a first global approach of the text's main points. With a book, for instance, the reader will read the front and back cover, the table of contents, and maybe randomly open a few pages to see how the book is constructed. 3: Photoreading ("photolecture", en français): it's the "wird" step of the system. After entering a meditative, auto-hypnosis state, the reader will turn the pages very fast: too fast for the conscious mind to read or understand anything, but fast anough for the retines (the eyes) to be in contact with the whole text (the whole page or screen). When a sense (like sight) is in contact with an information too fast for it to be processed by the conscious mind, it directly enters in the non conscious mind, which can process information a lot faster than the conscious mind. That's precisely the purpose of this step: send all the information in the non conscious mind, without (for now) the intervention of the conscious mind. The mind is very calm during this step. 4: Preactivation ("préactivation", en français): After photoreading, the reader doesn't remember anything of what he mentally photopgraphed yet. He will go back to the text with his purpose in mind, and ask questions he will not answer to yet. To find the question he wants to find an answer to, he will go back to the table of contents, randomly open a few pages... a little bit like in preview. The reader will usually write his questions down. 5: Activation (activation, en français): That's the step when we finaly construct conscious knowledge of the content. After this step, the reader will be able to use the information according to his purpose (give a talk, take an exam, implement at work...). The reader will look for the answers to his questions, and for everything in the text which is relevant for meeting his purpose. He will construct knowledge little by little, looking for global information first before details... he has to put himself in a "competition with himself state of mind": he will condition himself to be very effective in a short period of time for researching, understanding and memorising as much information as possible within the text; take notes; and do all the necessary to meet his purpose. It's a very active step, during which the mind is very active and wondered by all the new discoveries.
The winner will be proposed an extra one-to-one mission to illustrate the 3 or 4 missing steps. This work could lead to other design missions for the designers who catch my attention: I might need help to illustrate a workbook with infographies; create a bookmark for recall...
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Character or mascot starts at $349.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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 character or mascot.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
anneael.gombert collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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