Artwork is needed for the cover page of a series of Business Training Manuals. One 8 1/2 x 11 cover page is needed with a spline section for a standard 1 inch 3-ring binder. The cover page will be reused for the back page by removing the title text.
The artwork should convey the idea of "chaos to order" with the imagery as the viewer moves across the page from left to right, and should only use the bottom 2/3 of the page, allowing room for the Manual Title in the upper 1/3 and some additional text at the bottom.
I am thinking of something simple, obvious and direct that uses basic or primary colors filling the page with the imagery. An idea I had was to use a simple logo (attached as Image-1.png) that is merely 7 color bars representing the 7 volumes of the original work the Program is based upon. The concept of "chaos" could be created by breaking up this image into simple, small items, like squares, triangle, etc. on the left. Then showing a partial assembly of these items in 1 or 2 sections moving across the page to the right and resulting finally in the construction of the completed image on the right.
The text at the top should include the following in any format/layout you think is appropriate to the overall image (it would also be in a separate layer in the .png so I can change it for the other Manuals);
Basic Purpose Finding
The text at the bottom would be this quote (also in its own layer);
"An individual, species, organism, organization, to succeed, survive and expand in influence must have a formulated Basic Purpose."
The page should have a background that breaks up the open space and uses a color scheme similar to the imagery used in the foreground. The background in the link below fits my idea, but is perhaps a bit too bright;
I have also included the company logo image to see if this can also be incorporated into the product (attached as 'company_logo-1.png'). This would be nice, but only if it fits into the scheme.
I would like the final product in .png format so i can add the Manual titles and text myself using my Fireworks software.