This designer was willing to go the "extra mile" by providing timely re-designs, and a lot of choices to browse.
How Jpullos started their print or packaging design journey
Who are you known as?
JP Teaches Photo
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 offer photography classes in New York City and online.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need a 5 inches x 7 inches postcard designed that I can hand out to potential clients advertising my services. My introduction tagline is: "Create Beautiful" and another tagline I often use is: "Picture this... You can be a great photographer!" I teach my students how to use their cameras whether they have a point-and-shoot or a professional-level SLR. I offer group classes in New York City and I also offer online instructional videos. My services should be listed on the card as:
My website (http://www.jpcolors.com) and my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) should both be mentioned on the postcard. Images should be prevalent on the card. Perhaps one side can be images and other side can be text? (I'm open to different layouts.) The MeBBQ.jpg file is a picture of me. This should be somewhere on the card with, perhaps, "JP" written nearby with an arrow pointing to the image so that people will know that this is a picture of me.
Design #17 is the closest to what I'm looking for right now and all of the information on that card will be included on the winning design. (The quote and the information about me should be included in your design.)
My target audience is really diverse. Mostly people who live in New York City will be looking at this postcard. A small group of people looking at the postcard will be people visiting New York City from other places.