It is important that the final graphic use our branding colors in the specified order of importance of each factor/item (our branding guide is included in our posted files). Also, the graphic must be recognizable and useable in a black & white or gray-scale format. Attached is one representation of the concept using five items. We've recently added a sixth item called 'All-Attitude Airplanes' the must be integrated in a visually pleasing way yet still communicate the integrated nature of the design. It's not necessary to integration aviation/airplane shapes but it doesn't mean that can't be integrated if it makes sense to do so.
The title of the Graphic is:
EPIC LOC-I Solution Standard (large title)
Every Pilot In Control Loss of Control Inflight Solution Standard (small like a byline)
All the text in the circles provided in the sample file is needed. Each section should have a bold name with an underlying subtle description.
IMPORTANT: The recurrent component must be to the right, surround the design, or be the center of the design with the intent of indicating it is the last step or all-encompassing final stage in the process to perpetuate the solution.
The 6th new section that needs to be integrated with the other five is called:
'All-Attitude Airplanes' (large font)
'Safe, Certified, Purpose-built, Aerobatic-capable' (smaller font)
* Note: per the included branding guide, our branded font is Open Sans
The final numbering subtly associated with each element (see sample graphic) is:
01 - Integrated UPRT
02 - Elite Instructors
03 - Purpose-built Platforms
04 - Intensity
05 - ICAO Compliance
06 - Recurrent Training
* Note that these titles are slightly different than the included graphic. The additional short-sentence by-line in each (see sample graphic ie. 4 Flights / 3 Days in the 'Intensity' section) is important for each to include (we'll ultimately end up refining those once the design is completed)
The included logo does not necessarily need to be worked into the design but it can be; if so, integrated into the design in some intelligent and supportive manner would be nice but not essential.