Rex Programming, which offers programming and engineering classes to kids and teens, is seeking help designing a wall graphic for its small lobby space. Graphic will be printed as a decal and attached to a 8 (or 6) ft wide, 3 ft tall horizontal piece of acrylic mounted onto the wall above the seating. Deliverable can either be one single graphic suitable for printing that size or a combination of smaller graphics and a detailed layout guide. It must include the following .pdf, .eps, .psd, .png and .jpg as well as a vector image.
Goal of graphics is to 1) provide branding and color to the lobby area and 2) allow people walking by outside to glance at the graphic and immediately understand what we offer and how to get in contact with us. Its key features needs to be readable from 12 ft away and be contemporary or modern in style. WE WANT SOMETHING ARTISTIC AND/OR CONTEMPORARY THAT BOTH SUMMARIZES OUR BUSINESS AND MAKES A DESIGN STATEMENT ON THE WALL. IF YOUR DESIGN LOOKS LIKE A STANDARD ADVERTISEMENT OR FLYER, IT WILL NOT BE A GOOD FIT SINCE THIS GRAPHIC ALSO FUNCTIONS AS WALL ART. PLEASE INCLUDE WEBSITE ON GRAPHIC BUT NOT STREET ADDRESS or PHONE NUMBER.
Company colors are: 238 154 32 (#ee9a20), 34 169 224 (#22a9e0), black, and white.
Graphic must include 1 of these two catchphrases in some form:
DESIGN GAMES AND WEBSITES!
CREATE APPS AND ANIMATIONS!
BUILD ROBOTS & DRONES!
Learn to Create Games, Animations, Websites, and Apps!
Build Robots! Fly Drones! Compete as Part of a Team!
It must also include the website address: http://www.rexprogramming.com
Graphic needs to have space for a phone number to be added at a later time.
Graphic must make it obvious that the classes are for kids ages 5-18. This should be done through 4-8 pictures showing both programming/coding and engineering/robotics as well as our 2 key age groups: Ages 5 to 8, 8 to 12, ages 13 to 16.
1 Robotics Image - Preferable younger Kids
1 Drones Image - Preferable 8 to 12
2-4 images of Kids working on Computer - Preferable younger and 13 to 16 age groups
Click here to view a collection of pictures that reflect the image we are trying to portray: https://www.shutterstock.com/collec…n=lightbox