j31 got their new postcard, flyer or print by running a design contest:
A Puzzling Idea: Tell a Story through Pictures in Puzzle Pieces
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We are a Frequency Coordination company that helps Wireless ISPs, Utility Providers and TelCo's find licensed microwave frequencies to establish wireless data networks. Think of your cell phone and using the internet on there. There's a wireless backhaul that data comes from. We do that. While Frequency Coordination and FCC Licensing is our primary business, we also do Frequency Protection (preventing interference), where we monitor, review and respond to other companies looking to establish networks within range of our protection clients networks. (Frequency Protection will be what this project centers on.) Our full range of services can be found on our website: www.micronetcom.com. The demographic that we'll be going after is 30-50 yr old men and women (mostly men) running Wireless ISPs. Most of these people are engineers or have backgrounds in engineering but run their companies. Most of these companies are in rural communities with strong ties to those communities. They have a sense of pride with what they do and don't just jump at everything that comes along.
What's your vision?
I am looking for a design that is a puzzle, literally. You ever put together a puzzle as a kid or received one as a gift? The idea is to say "What is Full Service Frequency Coordination?" and to have the various sized puzzle pieces come together to form what makes it. Our pieces would be "Schedule K Construction Notification", "PCN", "Application Prep", "Frequency Protection", "Expedited Services", "Interference Study", "MOS", our people (pictured would be of our team possibly). Imagery is left up to your creative juices. Bold colors combined with the right images, I think, will really make this ad stand out. Our logo colors are pretty bold so get creative with images. We want to answer the question (and have it in the ad) of "What is Full-Service Frequency Coordination?" Maybe even explain that "Micronet puts all the pieces together for you" in some way in the ad.
I have something in my minds eye but I don't have the ability to put it down and create it. That's where you guys come in. I have a basic idea, which I created so there's some direction. You don't have to use what I created but at least you'll have an idea. I give feedback fairly often. "What is Full-Service Frequency Coordination?" is the direct question to be asked in the ad. The puzzle is symbolic because the different pieces of the puzzle add up to a completed puzzle. The puzzle pieces are the different parts of full-service frequency coordination, which is the service we're advertising with this design.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Postcard, flyer or print starts at HK$1,599.
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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 postcard, flyer or print.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
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