Critique Flyer Layout Design
Posted 18 September 2010 - 02:17 PM
There are a few things in this flyer that I would not do
for instance the reflection of the people and the blue gradient (left to right). IN general I would make it cleaner ...reduced and minimalistic, because now I don't get the church-holy-bible feeling that the flyer should be expressing. I would also reduce the number of fonts and colors used ...
Posted 21 September 2010 - 04:25 AM
The part saying "venue", the text passing trough the mans hand.
Give your text plenty of room, you dont need to fill it up. Less is more.
Also the expression on the faces of the top four people, they don't seem really happy. Are you sure they are portraying the feel you want with this poster?
Posted 21 September 2010 - 02:28 PM
One thing should be the main focus - either the headline or the image, whatever tells the story at a glance and will provoke the most interest.
Also, font wise try and keep it to two if possible a headline/sub head font and a font for your body copy.
I'd really like to see where you take this
Posted 23 September 2010 - 08:19 PM
As for the type - the headline font feels dated. I'd stick with either a traditional serif or the san serif that you used for the other information.
I don't know - overall...it just feels like things are stuck in random spots. The drop shadows/bevel-emboss/glows are a little out of control and the gradients are used kinda randomly. Maybe just startover and try and use standard shapes to contain your images?
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