Yes...the services I provide are "Active Release Technique," and Chiropractic for muscle injuries, tendon injuries, joint aches and pains, athletic injuries.
I have also included two photos of the windows on my office. One photo shows three sets of windows from my parking lot. There is also a single set of windows that is on the other side of my office. I would like the advertising graphics to be placed on these windows. I prefer the graphics be designed so that plenty of light still comes through the windows. I like "frosted" glass graphics, because they still let light in. I will also likely get graphics printed in a perforated material so that light still shines through. I have not yet made a decision on those details. I must see the designs first.
Window dimensions are 68 inches wide by 44 inches high (172.72cm width by 111.76cm high).
As you can see, the window is split equally into for rectangular shapes.
Regarding attached photos:
I've attache vector logos and business card designs.
I also took photos of my windows. There are four windows total. Three windows next to each other (with the car parked), and one other window on the side of the building with the same shape.
I've attached a jpg file with a photo of the window with the dimensions and framing thickness indicated.
And I've attached 11 photos that I downloaded from the web of window designs that I like. Use them as inspiration for the designs you create.
Also, my office has very much light coming in through the windows and I like all of the light that comes in. So, please consider that with your designs. I prefer that the lower half of the windows have most of the graphics, while the top half of the windows have very little to no graphical elements. I like frosted graphics integrated with opaque graphics. I am not sure yet, but I may get perforated material to maintain the ability of light to shine through. I have not made a final decision on that detail yet. I guess it all depends on the design.
Good luck and happy designing... :)