What is the title or subject of your presentation?
Need a Christmas message series title slide for our Christmas series, "Keeping X in Christmas"
What do you do?
We are an innovative church in Baton Rouge, LA
Do you need a design for slide template(s) only or a full presentation?
We are looking for a graphic suitable for HD (at least 1920 x 1080, but preferably 28801620) for use as a title "splash" for our Christmas series.
How many slides do you need designed?
One slide--the title.
What is your industry?
Describe the target audience for your presentation.
We are an innovative church on the younger side (average age is 35) with a reach to people who don't typically go to church but have come to us. We are an "unchurchy", "unstuffy", "real-life" church. We meet in a movie theater and our graphics fill the entire screen.
What 3 things do you want to communicate to your audience through your presentation?
1. The Christmas season is crazy.
2. The Christmas season still has spiritual significance.
3. You really can balance it all but it will take intentional effort.
How do you intend to use this presentation (print, live, web, etc.)?
We will use it print, live before the talks (sermons), and on our website.
Style and Details
What specific information must be included in the design?
Title: Keeping X in Christmas.
That "X" is a capital Greek chi--which looks like an English X (that's the point). We'd like the chi to have serifs so it actually looks "Greek".
What character, tenor or spirit does your presentation need to communicate?
We're trying to go for the craziness of Christmas and the concept of the message series is about how to keep your head about you throughout the craziest, busiest, most stressful time of the year.
What colors do you want to see in your presentation?
Reds, greens, blues--Christmas/winter
What colors do you NOT want to see in your presentation?
No oranges or yellows--too autumn.
What presentation designs do you like?
This is such a different concept, I couldn't find anything quite in the style we're looking at. However, we tend to visualize this project as more cartoon than real.
Do you want to include additional info?
We're not really wanting a "traditional looking Christmas". It needs to be more like "Black Friday" meets a manger scene. What if a manger scene got hijacked on the way to a black friday sale? That's the "feel". And...nothing "retro". :-)
And...due to the size of our video image, we need at least the resolution to be 1920 x 1080, but preferably 28801620.
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