Nerd Fitness got their new infographic by running a design contest:
We need nerdy workout graphics (for beginners)
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Story to tell in the infographic
I want someone to be able to do our Beginner Bodyweight Workout from this infographic. Workout can be found here: https://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/beginner-body-weight-workout-burn-fat-build-muscle/. I’ll be including the final infographic on that page when done. Someone should be able to do the workout from the infographic alone (if they see it on social media). If they need more info, they should come to our website.
Data to include in the infographic
-Design Requirements of Infographic: The top should say “The Beginner Bodyweight Workout,” matching the header font of the article (which I believe Komika axis). This should stand out prominently. I want it to be able to stop an Instagram scroller. Below that, in a smaller size (and different font, your choice) it should say: “Do three circuits of the following.” In yet another font, have these bullets (perhaps in two [or three] different columns). -20 Bodyweight Squats -10 Push-ups. -10 Walking Lunges (each leg). -10 Dumbbell Rows (use a milk jug or other weight) -15-second Plank. -30 Jumping Jacks Here’s where the fun comes in. Next to each bullet of the exercise (or maybe even the bullet itself), I would like two small, fun, identical-looking cartoon characters doing the movement. I say two "identical" characters because this will help us demonstrate the exercise (beginning/end). For example, someone at the top of the squat, and someone at the bottom. This is a good example of what I mean: https://www.vecteezy.com/vector-art/663825-7-minute-workout-infographic. But we don’t need to make a stick figure, as they do in the above. I’m thinking these should be two different columns, so that way the characters aren’t crowding around each other (squats, push-ups and lunges to the left, dumbbell rows, planks, and jumping jacks to the right). But if you think one column would be better, I’m open to suggestions. I’d also be open to three columns. Regardless, the mission should be to easily connect the movement to the bulleted exercise text. Below this exercise section, I want an area that explains how to actually DO a circuit. So have three bullets (in a different style than the workout itself), so people can understand the following: -In a circuit routine, you’ll do each exercise in succession without a break in between (if you’re able). -Once you’ve finished all exercises in the circuit, do it again. -If you’re still able after the 2nd run through, go for a third. Below that text, we’ll need our "NF" logo and our "Nerd Fitness" logo ontop of each other (both attached). I've also attached a guide on how to use them. At the very bottom, I want our URL (this can be smallish) as “Level up your life at www.nerdfitness.com”
Elements to include in the infographic
For each exercise movement, go ahead and make a new character. We have a very diverse readership at Nerd Fitness and it would be cool if everyone could see themselves in a superhero-like character. So perhaps a Wonder Woman like superhero doing push-ups and a Spider-Man like character doing squats. Don’t actually use the characters (we don’t want to get sued), but just to give you an idea. You have a lot of freedom here. -Possible Style for Infographic: We created an app, Nerd Fitness Journey, which does use some character design. While your creations don’t need to match exactly, it would be great if they felt like they were sort of in the same universe. I’ve attached some images for reference here. One more thing I would like to mention. Don’t oversexualize or make these characters too intense looking. Our app is fun, something both a teen and a soccer mom would use. Think Adam West's "Batman." Zap! Boom! Or Scooby Do's "And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for you meddling kids!"
-Size of Infographic: While a lot of these types of infographics can get pretty vertical, it would be awesome if it were optimized for mobile viewing (so more square-ish). Do what you can (three columns for the workout section may help). -Color Scheme for Infographic: Our site uses a lot of black and red, so I’d like it to be able to match that. Otherwise, your call. -Other Resouces for Infographic: Lifehacker has 5 cool fitness workout infographics to give you an overall idea of what we’re searching for: https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/5-workout-infographics-for-you-exercise-home-weekdays.html. Although these are probably too vertical to be optimized social media. Just to give you a sense of what these things look like when done. I think that about does, but ping me with your questions!
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