"99" was fantastic! By far was the most aggressive at getting me the most options during the contents. Always answered promptly during and after he won the contest and had fantastic ideas. Hit my vision right on the head! Thank you!!
Always a delight to work with Annia. Lovely woman.
How zoe.young started their other book or magazine journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Soundfly is a new kind of online music school, equipping a passionate and curious audience of musicians with the tools they need to learn and thrive in a changing music landscape. From beginner piano to DIY touring, we have courses that teach musicians how to hone their craft and share their music with the world. Our audience ranges from beginner to seasoned musicians interested in learning more.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
An e-book that's essentially a Mad Libs for song lyrics. We've got 20 songs with chord notation so that musicians can play along with the songs, karaoke-style. We need a cover for the book, and then a template format for how we'll present each song. A document is attached with the cover text and a sample song. Feel free to reach out if you'd like to see more song examples!
We'd like the look and feel to be consistent with the design on Soundfly.com. Attached are two patterns we've used before (no need to incorporate either, shared them in case they were helpful!) Our frequently used fonts include Visby and Avenir, and brand colors are:
Logo Blue: #72c4da
For the internal page layout, we want to see the logo and/or soundfly.com listed somewhere on the page, "Mad Libs for Musicians", the song title and artist, and then the lyrics with chord notation above and fill-in-the-blank descriptions below. (Creating a combination of play-along music lyrics, like these: https://s3.amazonaws.com/media.shee…ng_web.png, and a traditional madlibs page, like this: http://www.keytoons.com/images/MadLibs1.jpg)