DiscoverNet

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lharte

$170 paid

12 custom designs

7 pre-qualified designers.

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Winning design #10 by Smiridon, Trade Show Swag Design for DiscoverNet Contest
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designed by Smiridon

Project description

Create an infographic. Show how the DiscoverNet system (www.DiscoverNet.com) accepts solution media, adds descriptive content, and publishes on qualified media channels. People who want solution content must register and their contact information (name and email) are sent to the owner of the solution media. Steps shown in the Infographic: 1. Company Submits Solution Content to DiscoverNet - Whitepapers, Videos, or Tutorials 2. DiscoverNet Creates New Descriptive Media - Summaries, Social Media, Announcements 3. Media Channels Publish Descriptive Media (Listing Page) - Trade Shows, Magazines, Associations 4. Interested People Request to Solution Media - Download Registration 5. Registration Information Provided to the Solution Content Owner - Qualified Sales Leads The text in the sketch should be included in the infographic. Ok to modify the sketch to include icons. We prefer fonts that are sans-serif. While we prefer realistic looking images (photos) for the key elements (e.g. how to paper and computer monitor with registration display), Good graphics are ok. The image should be provided in PSD, AI, or some other editable format. We plan to use this image in print and web images. We will pay up to $50 for stock photos used in the Infographic.

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Comments

  • Hello, I have a couple questions to ask about the infograph: —- what kind of file will you be needing from the winning design? (e.g. a native format like Adobe, or just a pdf/jpeg/png etc) —- will this infograph be used primarily on the web (screen) or will it also be used in print material? Thank you
    • Thanks for asking about formats. The image should be provided in PSD, AI, or some other editable format. We plan to use this image in print and web images.

  • Ok text fonts. Looking for more professional look. Recommend to use clip art for solution content (e.g. whitepaper) and computer display. Recommend using different colors - some black and red.
  • Good following of sample diagram. Want more professional icons and overall look.
  • We would like to see better images - use stock photos. We will pay up to $100 for stock photos to the winning design (insert unpaid draft stock media).
  • Colors are a little better. We would like to see better images - use stock photos. We will pay up to $100 for stock photos to the winning design (insert unpaid draft stock media).
  • Hi CH, I just submitted design #11, I noticed you have already a favorite using realistic icons, and after looking at your website I decided to present the info graphic using flat design style, I hope you will like it. Best regards, Anaid
  • Looks good. Can you make the How-To solution look more like a 10 page paper (whitepaper).
  • Good color. Good creative concepts. We are looking for more realistic icons.
  • Good use of icons and updating infographic. We want more realistic looking icons - stock photos ok.
    • Thank you for the feedback - I will update using some more realistic imagery. Cheers

    • Hi, I updated the my design (new entry #8 ) to feature stock imagery (shutterstock) - I have also incorporated some additional colour into the design. Cheers.

  • Very close to what we are looking for. Can you: 1. Position the How-To guide in the computer window to match the orientation of the monitor. 2. Add Color. 3. Remove arrow from the media channels. The registration (sales leads) only flow from the media channel to the solution content sponsor.
  • Hello there, CH! :) #6 is my first entry in this contest, how do you like it? Zoli