Taffin necessitava di un nuovo design di banner pubblicitario e ha lanciato un contest su 99designs.
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A comp for the entire email can be found here:
Don’t worry about the middle part with the 6 logos, or footer at the very bottom.
Focus on the top graphic. I put together that graphic to give you ideas of what could be included. Things you should keep in mind:
Customer Loyalty Pricing should be the focus, right now it’s not. It’s coded in as text now, but it doesn’t have to be. Feel free to make that part of the graphic.
20% Off! Any Package or Training Course should be the secondary focus, but should still be fairly prominent
Included two of our most expensive products to push customers to purchase those. I think that those are necessary and should remain in some capacity
Pull the two “Any Course Priced at…” and “Now Only...” out of there. I don’t like them. I left them there for you to see as a place holder because I think we can put something else there OR
Split things up. It doesn’t have to be one big banner. If you want to put the offer at the top and move course images around on the email, feel free.
Use the rest of the email for some context to help with your design. We’re looking for your best ideas and your interpretations, so please don't hold back.