SOARss got their new banner ad by running a design contest:
Banner Ad Creation Contest
Check out SOARss's Banner ad contest…
Study Skills Curriculum Provider
What's your vision?
Please create one 300x250 ad for the initial round. We will then select the best as finalists and ask them to create versions of the same ad in 11 other sizes. This way, you only have to create one version up-front and only have to invest more time once you are selected as a finalist and know you will be getting paid. Text to include in ad: Get Our FREE Guide Six Steps to Conquer the Chaos How to Organize & Motivate Students for Success www.StudySkills.com Images to include in ad: - "Bright 4 Sq.,png" - "#24 notebook.jpg" or "#24 notebook.png" - "Kids.jpg" Design Preferences: - We use “primary colors in a sophisticated way.” Our materials are for a wide-ranging audience, spanning K-adult. We have found this approach to be appropriate for our branding. - The SOAR, 4-square, logo is the basis for most of our color schemes. - The 4-square logo is proven to be “eye-catching.” The SOAR logo has outperformed a wide variety of other images in click-through tests on Facebook, so we have data supporting that it is an impactful visual. - Clean and clear. White space is a plus! - Tell stories with images and layout. Captions should be a comprehensive summary of accompanying text. - “Don’t make me think.” This is our cardinal rule for all marketing efforts, whether print or visual. We strive for visuals and text layout that promote instantaneous understanding. - Headlines should pass the “squint test.” If you squint, can you quickly identify the headline? Can you read it? - URLs and calls-to-action should be prominent and easy to identify. - Text formatting: Generally, the following guidelines will be followed by the writer/editor who composes text. But, it is important to share with designers, too. 1. I like to write in layers so people can scan and still get good summaries of the content. - Layer 1 = subheadings - Layer 2 = first sentence of each paragraph - Layer 3 = full text. This way, people can scan and still get good summaries of the content. I accomplish this by: - Including 1 sub-heading for every 300-400 words, usually. - Bolding the first line of most paragraphs. I try to write so that the most important point of any paragraph is first. 2. Left-Justification is preferred for nearly all text formatting. Easy readability. Final deliverable files: - Adobe Illustrator source files for all sizes - pdf and png of each image - Sizes for final deliverable files (please only submit 300x250 version for initial judging): 300 x 250 180 x 150 300 x 100 320 × 50 468 × 60 728 × 90 250 × 250 200 × 200 336 × 280 300 × 250 120 × 600 160 × 600
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Banner ad starts at €49.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their banner ad.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
SOARss collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
We think contests are a super fun way to get design.
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