For $200 they received 29 design concepts from 6 designers!
Starts:5-Mar-14 5:35 p.m. GMT
Ends:18-Mar-14 5:35 p.m. GMT
Award 1: $200, was awarded to nila
JPG, Layered PSD, PPT
Preview: crowdSPRING Contract
No Title, just a general use template
Engineering firm that designs communications equipment, primarily for the military.
Slide templates only. These will be the templates we use for all presentations in the Master Slide section.
2 slide templates. 1 for the title page and 1 for the content slide.
Primary audience is US government department of defense employees or military members. Sometimes it will be other technology companies.
We want the template to communicate professionalism. Looking for a clean, simple, uncluttered design for the content page. We're primarily looking for something that delineates the headers and footers of the presentation. The title page can be more robust. Something that grabs the attention of the audience, highlights our logo & company name but still looks clean and professional. The only information we will need to add to the title page is the Title of the Presentation and the Date.
Print, live and web. In most cases the presentations will be used in all three formats. We will often brief the presentation to a live audience and leave printed copies. Also, customers will e-mail copies around.
We would like our company logo and name on the title page. For the content page, we would like the company logo. The designer can determine if he wants to include the company name somewhere on the content pages or just the logo.
Professionalism. We want a sleek and clean look.
We're open to some different color variations.
Pastels or neon colors. Also, we don't want red to be the primary color.
General Electric, Boeing, Raytheon corporate templates.
We typically use a lot of images and charts in our presentations so we want the background to be white.
Also, we'd like to leave a lot of room for content (like pictures and design drawings) so don't want the header and footer area to take up too much room. If you view the gridlines on power point, we would prefer that the header and footer design doesn't go too much higher or lower than one box.