This designer is excellent. She provided unique and innovative designs and was able to clearly build my ideas and interests into her work. Would definitely work with her again in the future.
Very prompt, professional, and incredible designs.
- Edward Purba
Edward was a pleasure to work with. He really listened and incorporated the feedback that we provided quickly and effectively. I would gladly recommend Edward to others.
- Awesome Designing
Awesome Designing is a true professional. She worked with me until we got everything just right, even making small tweaks at the very end. Thank you!
How Chris.frith started their print or packaging design journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
AUSPresence is a strategic marketing consultancy. This project is for a global online satellite communications marketplace called SatCHOICE. SatCHOICE enables buyers of satcom services and hardware to find capable suppliers able to deliver at their location. Sellers advertise on SatCHOICE via directory listings which detail their capabilities (e.g. providing Internet access in Australia) and/or banner advertising.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The project is to design a double-sided A5 flyer for print and pdf. The flyer will be used as a mail insert and as a handout at conferences etc. The purpose of the flyer is to create awareness of SatCHOICE and to get prospective sellers to register for their free trial directory listing.
The attached mockup provides key elements and copy to be included. Apart from the requirement to include a snap shot of the website (http://www.satchoice.com) with call outs, the mockup is more intended to provide the relative weightings than prescribe the layout required.
UK English to be used.
The style needs to be eye catching within a business context. SatCHOICE is a new venture and so presentation needs to convey a "you can rely on us" image.
The image of the Australian outback was used as the surround for the website. Its use (if at all) should not include the girl, windmill, etc