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Create the next poster design for Zendigo Group
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Changing the world, one student at a time. We develop and market the MCS3 System (The Most Complete Student Success System). It is targeted to middle school, high school and college students, as well as their parents. The system is designed to significantly improve their academic performance. The Tag Line for Zendigo Group is "make a difference". The Tag Line for MCS3 is "reinvent your future". We would like for our designs to convey: - Trust and credibility - Meaningful prosperity - success with a purpose - Social Responsibility to positively change yourself and the world - Positivity, can-do, achievement. - Success and knowledge.
What's your vision?
We have two posters (11x17) that represent the visuals in our system. These are designed to reinforce the concepts to the students and help them remember them. These were designed in house and were not done professionally. We would like to keep the content of the posters the same but want to render the images differently and make the overall impact more dramatic, effective and professional. The output is preferred as a PSD file. We are close to finalizing our logos and the product packaging and ideally the colors and the look and feel of the posters should be consistent with the logos and the packaging. Please see the contests below for the details on the logo and the packaging - http://99designs.com/logo-design/contests/zendigo-needs-company-logo-product-104592 (see #104, and 109) We also have a website design going on for our site too. http://99designs.com/web-design/contests/zendigo-needs-website-design-104292 The current pdfs for the posters are attached below Scope of changes: It should be 11x17 (portrait) for both posters. Second, we should have been more specific on what should be changed, but a few things that should remain the same. On both posters, the larger sized images should remain (they are coming from the contents of the book so we would like to retain them). When I speak of the larger sized images examples are the target in the middle, the divided pies, the Focus, Manage, Avoid, etc. However, the following 6 things SHOULD change on the posters: 1) The border which is orangish currently can change (ideally a blue like you have). The background white can change too, if it makes things look better. Doesn't have to change, but can. 2) Any fonts and colors in the non-major design images can change. These include the "Thought Bubbles" throughout (Please note that the text of the thought bubble should remain and with a number ... and also the little bubble emerging into a bigger bubble - that concept should remain) . It also includes the four BIG TEXT BOXES (e.g. SMART GOALS, PRIORITIZE FOR RESULTS, NO PAIN, HIGH GAIN TEST PREP, CREATE YOUR EMC2 COALITION). For these latter big text boxes, they can be changed, but the content needs to remain the same. 3) Any tiny images (like stars, little folks, A+ signs, etc) can be replaced if there are better alternatives. 4) logos should be updated.
First, good luck. This is an exciting, creative process, and we so look forward to your ideas and designs! The size is 11x17 inches Add a bleed of 1/8th of an inch
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