Mavsweep was very pro and easy to work with. I had multiple revisions and am still working with him to tweek the design to the finalised packaging. I would highly recommend his work and will be using him in future business projects!
How chad SD started their postcard, flyer or print 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
We are a marketplace where agribusinesses (farmers, packers and processors) to share their seasonally used resources like: supply chain assets (harvesting bins and totes), irrigation equipment, harvesting machines etc. Organizations complete a profile, telling us about their seasonal equipment, they can also request specific equipment. We match demand with supply and users "share" that equipment. Here is the long explanation in video form: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYLgkxC8sw8
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We want to run several digital and print ads they are 3x2.5 (I think for print we will want it to be 900x750, not sure about the exact size for the digital newsletter but I can scale it later). Please take a look at our homepage for our colors and logo (https://harvestport.com/). We did a direct mail postcard (attached) recently that might be helpful for ideas. Our two calls to action are to signup (create a free account) and call/text our team. It might be helpful to say what I don't like about it: it is kind of busy, it relies way too much on the copy to understand what the hell the whole thing is about (not to mention the copy is kind of...jargon-y)and our logo just looks weird anywhere except the top right corner of any layout (I also might secretly hate our logo).
We really like #24B4E5 (can you tell?).
We want to keep the call to action the same as our old postcard (call/text, create an account).