Take a boring industry that needs spicing up..
We've written a "menu of services" for break-fix technology repair via our local technology service depots to take the tech speak out of the process, better explain details and options to our customers - with a fun flair.
Computers of Hickory, Computers of Statesville, etc
We'll supply you with our copy to spice up in word and publisher format.
This content needs to be spiced up, restaurant menu style, creating laying out the content we've provided (which is developed with the same "flair")
1) You must contact me at luke _at_ wallingdata.com to receive the full copy for formatting, perusal. This is comprehensive information we cannot present in editable form for download by anyone.
2) Your presentation on the web should only represent the cover and one open page, email your full presentation in any non-editable format you choose. We aren't here to steal your work - check our history, we always pay for our contests :).
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Your presentation should be of the cover and one inside page, toshow how you envision the whole menu and it's subpages appearing.
Please also produce your design in Adobe Illustrator as that should be very convenient for many of you.
You will also need a logo! My apologies for not providing this on the brief: http://www.wdscomputers.com/compute…-logos.zip
Please contact me directly for the content to design off of. Pleaseknow the content we supply is COPY ONLY and should not affect yourcreative process.
The menu should best represent your interpretation of Technology Services in this fun theme.
- A catchy design following our "restaurant theme" - Remember: This is actually delivering descriptions of technology services with a fun theme.
- Large format. Think sit down restaurant sizes. I'm not being specific - be creative!
- Make suggestions. Think we should have "icons" representing specific services on the menu that are themed/combined with real techn images? Tell me.
- Ordinary thinking! This is a fun concept, a new take on discussing and displaying technology services to a face-to-face customer. Stick along those lines, and we'll do great.