Tj Blogumas got their new infographic by running a design contest:
Sports Cards Box Breaks Subscription Info Graphic for Marketing
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Story to tell in the infographic
We are going to launch a new subscription service. I need to clarify how our box break model works to our customers. Currently, they randomly go for sale. I want to formalize the types of breaks we offer like so: Top of the infographic saying "Blogs Box Breaks" Underneath, describe what a box break is. Next, our 3 types of box breaks Value|Premium|Mega Next, I would like to clarify the schedule for our box breaks, so I envision a calendar showing 4 weeks in a month (but if there is something better you can think of feel free). Within a month, I need to clarify that: Every week: We will have 3 football box breaks. One Value, Premium, and Mega. We will also have 1 Premium Baseball Break. Every Month: We will have 1 hockey break and 1 basketball break. Order and specific weeks that these happen will always change, but I just want to make it clear how many and of which types of breaks we are doing. Finally, I want to describe our new subscription service. Name TBD, but the main points will be: $29.99/month you get 1 Free Value break Free Shipping on all breaks 10% off-break purchases 24-hour exclusive pre-sale notice Finally: the very bottom, some sort of catchy slogan that is something like "don't break with the guy in his moms basement, break with the best" BLOGS HOBBY SHOP
Data to include in the infographic
Elements to include in the infographic
For describing the 3 types of breaks value/premium/mega, I would like to get across that yes value is cheaper break, mega is the most expensive break, but also the valuable cards you may be able to get are going to be a lot more in mega vs value and that he value break is for beginners to the hobby, it's more fun.
I think i've described everything above
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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 infographic.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Tj Blogumas collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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