nickIV got their new poster by running a design contest:
Create a Reward Chart for Kids - Guaranteed Winner!
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Games & Recreational
This is a reward chart made to improve the way children act/take instruction. Target audience children ages 3 to 8; their parents and grandparents.
What's your vision?
We want to design a reward chart (chore chart) for kids. We want to name the chart All Grown Up! Reward Chart. We would like our design to be a variation of our original design (design file attached). The sizing of the board and the layout/dimensions should be exactly the same. We just want to create a new background design (leaving the chore section (the left column) the same black, and the middle squares white. We would like the make the background design resemble a Space Theme. We already have the chores designed that we will have separate pieces made to stick onto the chart. We have attached the design file for the chore pieces to show you the characters that will be going along with our kit. If you can, incorporate one or two of the characters onto this board. We would also like the colors on the board to match the colors from the chore pieces somewhat. Here are the measurements to match our current design: The board will be 15.5 inches tall by 11 inches wide, and it should have rows and columns in the middle (6 down and 7 across). In order to fit the chore pieces and star pieces on this board, the squares must be the following measurements: Chore squares (6 boxes for the far left column) are 1 3/4 inches X 1 3/4 inches, the remaining are star squares 1 3/4 inches tall X 1 1/4 inches wide. So the portion of the board that will be for the chore and star pieces will need to extend just about the entire width of the board, and about 11 inches tall. The size of this part is important, because when the board is printed, we need to be able to fit the star and chore pieces into the squares respectively. Our goal is to make this exciting for kids, but make it look nice for the parents kitchen at the same time (which will be our differentiator from the competition). We also want to keep the goal and reward section at the bottom the same as our current design.xes/areas or one. I need to also keep the following information on the side of the chart: www.playcoproducts.com Designed in USA Made in China July 2021. We should incorporate our logo in the same spot as our original design as well.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Poster starts at $199.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
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Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
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