matthew.whytQ got their new brochure by running a design contest:
Reference design for training course brochure/factsheet
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Business professionals looking for industry training
Brief: *reference design* to serve as a flexible template (ie I *don't* need printable final source files - just a PDF reference). Here are a couple of course examples from our (in-progress) new site: User: ipi Pass: UpgradeShapingSalsa https://ipi.academy/test/product/details/2131/the-medical-device-summer-school-from-concept-to-ce-marking https://ipi.academy/test/product/details/2233/freedom-to-operate-searching Compare the web page to the current PDF brochure (enclosed) - it's generated automatically, and uses the same content/elements from the web page. So I am looking for a new reference design that fits in with the new website theme. The current design is based on our older 4-page print design and is a tight sqeeze. For the new one, I don't mind how many pages it is, since it won't be 'properly' printed, (folks who download it may just print it themselves). I've specified 6 pages here but it could be eg 3-6 pages depending on how much content flows into it. It could perhaps be more of a downloadable 'factsheet' rather than a more fixed/rigid 'brochure'? Suggest you work with the Medical Device Summer School as the main example since it has lots of content - but bear in mind that the design should also work with less content, as per eg the Freedom to Operate course. (Don't worry about actual accuracy of content, as this will be automatic.) I've listed what goes on what page below, but this is just a guide - you can work with whatever content/elements you see on the webpage, however you feel works best.
What to avoid
Design elements that cannot flow (eg into another column or page) when there is more or less content; or eg for long or short course titles Elements that can't easily be omitted (eg there may be no reviews; or possibly no dates confirmed) Ideally please use fonts available from google fonts (or other freely available), since the design will be rendered (by me!) in HTML
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Brochure starts at $399.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their brochure.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
matthew.whytQ collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
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