Design a Flyer for OSGS
- Tình trạng: Closed
- Giải thưởng: $30
- Các bài thi đã nhận: 15
- Người chiến thắng: Xavianp
Tóm tắt cuộc thi
Looking to have one to two flyers designed, so if I like a second design as a runner up, I may be inclined to also accept that one. :)
Anyways, this is for my virtual goods business. I have found out that my university will allow me to post flyers in the campus by being a student. Here's two examples of some prior work I had done, but I'd hope for some new ideas to the matter as far as layout as well as adjustments.
Basically what I want from [login to view URL] is the information in set 4.
On [login to view URL] what I want is information from set 1 and set 5
I want my original logo used rather than the one in these layouts. which is [login to view URL] 3 forms, iconic, textual and iconic+textual.. whatever works best for looking good.
Instead of League of Legends being typed out, I Would like their logo lettering. [login to view URL] at the top of the screen.
I also do desktop building. I would like a flyer that is directed towards that.
First I need my logo, either textual and iconic or just the iconictextual.
Next some type of statements that would entice a college gamer to consider a desktop.
"Constant lag holding you back from performing at your level in a game?"
"Tired of being last on the load screen?"
"Constant crashing causing you to rage?"
Next I'll need an example build
AMD FX-8350 Hexacore (8-core) Processor
32 GB DDR3 1600 Ram
256 GB SSD Drive (Load games faster than ever)
Great Value! Top Brands!
Then some other things such as... "Intel or AMD, you decide. Recommendations depend on budget."
"Customize your desktop for exactly what you use it for."
"Get quality brands in EVERY piece of hardware. Not just some."
"Show UPB student ID and get instant $50 savings."
Lastly at the bottom a smaller print disclaimer reading "All desktop quotes are strictly tower and contents, they do not include peripherals such as mouse, keyboard, monitor, speakers or other devices. Peripherals at increased rate."