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Style and Concept
What concept or information do you want to communicate though your infographic?
The United States is bankrupt based upon federal government liabilities especially for Medicare and Social Security. See infographic text attached and Excel chart in JPG and Excel file with data.
What design styles do you like?
I will attach logo for blog to provide some idea of style. New blog where this infographic will be published is modeled after theweek.com.
Do you have any color preferences?
Dislike orange and brown. Like blue and green.
What data needs to be included in the infographic?
See Excel file and chart of Excel data.
List the size requirements for your design.
Will be posted as major image on a blog. Need to check the specs on this.
What is your industry?
Publishing and Media
Describe the target audience for your infographic.
Financial media and general newspaper audience.
How will you use the infographic?
Primary image in new eBook called American the Beautiful Bankrupt. Primary image in the first past of a new blog called The Right Track Magazine.
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