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How constant Q started their postcard, flyer or print journey
Who are you known as?
Horizons in Learning
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Early Childhood Consulting and Training, providing professional development services and products for professionals who serve young children and families.
Target audience for this ad is Early Childhood Coaches, childcare center Directors, educational training coordinators - who help classroom teachers provide high quality early childhood services to young children.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
1) Full page color ad ( 9 ¾” x 7 ½”) for professional magazine and newsletter. Ad copy is attached below in a Word document.
2)The ad should be designed for color but will also be used in black & white in some placements.
3) Create headline banner for title of product "Coaching For Success Webinar Series" by Constant Hine and include my photo in the banner.
4)Desired Feeling & Look: Want a strong visual effect, not print heavy. Bold, professional but not conservative for college professors, more for classroom teachers & training professional, friendly, engaging. Not keen on boxy, like curves and softer lines more.
5)Color Scheme: I like purple and blues like in my logo, CFS & BB flier, the cover of the Coaching For Success book (all attached)
6) Please be creative...and I have I have attached several sample ads that I like & reasons why to help in direction:
a) EAL - Make Learning Stick - like boldness, high visual eye catching format, strong color foundation (although choice of color not my favorite)
b) Pennfoster ad - like the use of different shapes for different information ie the orange circle, the verticle column with 2 colored print and strong header "Pennfoster..." across top of page.
c) Follett Early Learning ad - like strong background color, open space, bold simple font, use of font color
d) TYC ad - bold and simple font, use of colored side panel for information that visually breaks up information, diagonal sample photo page, bullets. Don't really like the orange color, but like the definition a color section makes
Deadline for final product: July 8! I have a tight turn around and need to submit final ad to magazine by July 8th. Quick response and availability this week is critical