Always a pleasure. Looking forward to continued projects with you!
Thank you for your work!
The design captured the playfulness that the text conveys. The title was used as a prop for the character. The color of the text was bright and vivid and definitely eye-catching.
How BerjA started their poster 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
We sell software to school districts that gives students and teachers instant, secure access to all of their files and web resources/apps from one screen.
You only need to log in one time to the ClassLink platform, with only 1 username and password, and then you have instant, one-click access to all of your apps and files...No more remembering a few dozen usernames and passwords, all you need is one login to access every digital resource you'll ever need.
ClassLink can be accessed in the classroom, at home, or from anywhere through the cloud and with any device.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
A Poster that most closely represents my vision as described below. This will be hung in school districts (break/lunch rooms) and marketed towards teachers who will be using our product.
My vision: A laser removal of passwords (posing as tattoos) on a stretched out arm with a laser removal device (or something that looks like a machine) shooting a red beam and erasing the tattoos (which are really passwords) letter by letter (half-way up the arm, the other half has been erased already)…with a catch phrase:
"No Worries, We Erase Passwords Much Easier Than Tattoos”
“Remove Passwords from Your Life”
"Don't Worry, Our Process for removing Passwords From Your Life is Painless"
"Luckily, Passwords Are Not Permanent. We'll Remove Them From Your Life, Painlessly."
or something along those lines, I am open to other taglines/catch phrases. I am also open for people to be creative with the background..however, I do not want it to look like an operating room; I'D PREFER TO HAVE THE ARM ON WHITE OR LIGHTER BACKGROUND.
No blood, no doctors, or other people should be seen, aside from the stretched out arm..(THIS SHOULD BE THE ONLY PART OF THE BODY PRESENT)..the stretched out arm should come in as a bleed from the right, left, or corner of the poster.
We will need our logo and website somewhere on the poster..www.ClassLink.com. I've also attached an EPS of our Logo.
I WILL BE PRINTING THIS POSTER:
Poster size: 16" x 20", Vertical, either matte or premium glossy