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What do you do?
Training and Professional Development
Do you have a desired email template size?
No more than 9" wide. Length with vary
Which third party email vendor do you use to send emails?
What is your industry?
Professional Development and Training
Describe the target audience for your email template design
Working women -- from all walks of life and in all level of positions, in all types of organizations
What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your email template design?
Easy-to-read (we want it to look organized and simple so when the woman opens the email and first glances at it, they can tell it's easy to get information here quickly.
Style and Concept
What email template design styles do you like?
I like designs that aren't too fussy or jammed with content. I like designs make good use of white space -- and use photos appropriately to catch the eye and guide the reader through the document (in other words, I don't like it when photos overwhelmn the design, but rather add to it).
What colors do you want to see in your email template design?
Use the colors used in the logo provided -- plus black for copy.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your email template design?
What adjectives should best describe your email template design?
What content must be included in the email template design?
copy on the attached.
Do you have additional requirements or links you'd like to share?
Noe -- the logo designer put the dotted bar between teh name of the newsletter and the provider (Bought to you by National Seminars Training). I think that dotted line works there -- but it is NOT NOT NOT an element I'd want to see repeated in the newsletter design.
NOTE -- if you win this project -- final files would need to be submitted in fully editable, layered PSD -- along with fonts and soruce of graphics used.
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