Jen Bishop got their new other graphic design by running a design contest:
Design the next Dynamic Business Magazine Front Cover!
Check out Jen Bishop's Other Graphic Design contest…
Dynamic Business is Australia's leading monthly magazine for entrepreneurs and small business owners, available on news stands, in Australian airport lounges and by subscription. It is a forward thinking, modern magazine for the savvy entrepreneur and small business owner. It is NOT a boring, dry business magazine!
What's your vision?
Dynamic Business Magazine (Australia) is looking to crowdsource a creative front cover for its monthly national business magazine. THE MAIN MESSAGE WE ARE LOOKING FOR: The importance of a great visual brand (company logo, corporate identity etc) to make your business stand out from the crowd and compete with the big boys. It should be all about how smaller companies can 'wow' their customers with an amazing logo and brand. Dynamic Business is a forward-thinking magazine with many readers in their 30s and 40s. An accompanying feature inside the magazine will feature case studies of small businesses who have used graphic design to improve their company image, and the designers who have helped them. It will also talk about the crowdsourcing phenomenon for business and how some graphic designers have started their own small businesses through competing for work on 99designs. The winning designer will receive the contest prize plus their credentials on the publisher's page under the publisher, editor and art director's details. They will also be profiled in the feature inside the magazine. Please see the attached example spreads labeled 'Technology', 'Strategy' & 'DB Franchising' for an idea of our magazine's tone, look and feel. NOTE: Please avoid the use of stock images, we are looking for original illustrations or photography! DO NOT add any additional text to the cover such as cover lines, slogans, tag lines etc. Only use the text supplied in the templates.
We are looking for an InDesign file, size 210mm x 275mm (plus 5mm bleed) using the templates provided in the additional files below. Keep in mind that some core components of the cover design always remain on page and cannot be modified or moved, such as the masthead, issue number/date, several cover tags (headlines), etc. You will find these in the template provided below labeled 'September 2011_Black' and 'White' and you can use either based on the colours of your design. CONTENT SPECIFICATIONS: Must be kept on the front page: (as per supplied in template) 1. Sub titles list Must stay on the right hand side. Space required is 61mm x 209mm, placed from very top of page and sits 65mm from bottom 2. Dynamic Business Masthead 3. Magazine Edition information Barcode will be supplied in the template and can not be moved TEMPLATES: 1. There are 2 PDF templates with the cover lines and barcode. 2. The background in the templates is transparent and can be dropped into InDesign, Illustrator & Photoshop to be used over your cover design. 3. One file has the main cover line blurb text in white, and the other has it in black. Please use the one which is more legible over your design. 4. The colour grey has been used in the template temporarily. A colour will be chosen near the final stages of design. NOTE: Once the cover design has been completed, it will need to be supplied without cover lines and barcode included. ARTWORK SPECIFICATIONS: If cover art is designed in Illustrator version CS5 or below: 1. CMYK 2. Save file as an EPS (up to CS5) 3. All fonts MUST be outlined If cover art is designed in Photoshop version CS5 or below: 1. CMYK 2. Save as a Flattened, High Resolution TIFF (300dpi) Once in InDesign: Please supply the packaged InDesign file (up to version CS5) with all fonts outlined and links in CMYK DIMENSIONS: 210mm x 275mm Plus 5mm bleed
A$1,429 Custom package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
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