Great work and the most patient designer I have ever worked with! This project required a lot of back and forth due to changing specs and ZoidiMan was always eager to provide top notch banner designs.
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Who are you known as?
Monkey Mind Limited
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide online systems that allow individuals and organisations to measure and improve mental wellbeing. The target audience for this project is individuals.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
3 X Banner ads. I understand the most popular sizes are 300x600, 728x90 and 300x250 but please advise me if that's not correct. I am creating an affiliate program for 3rd parties to promote our services and these banner ads will be used by them to link to our website. We want to attract individuals to visit our site by offering a free mental wellbeing survey, with instant colour coded results, a guide to understanding their results and 70 tips to help improve their mental wellbeing. We will also offer an upgrade to our Inner Balance Coaching System with lots of specialist resources to help them think, feel and function better for only £6 per month or £60 per year. (The annual membership includes a 2nd FREE membership for a friend) We have an animated gif logo that I have attached below and an image of how their results look. (You are welcome to register to try the system out but please leave it until the 15th as we are pushing some updates live tomorrow.) I want them to reflect the look and feel of our website (http://www.monkeymind.uk.com) but also use the colours and images from the survey results.
We have a positive attitude towards mental wellbeing, by which I mean we focus on helping people access their untapped potential, rather than how 'bad' things are. I am open to any ideas that will help us attract and convert more people so if you have a great idea, please let me know! The key points to get across are the free mental wellbeing survey and free support guide with 70 tips for better wellbeing.