Great job! He followed the criteria set out and was creative!
- Write Rhythm
How Write Rhythm started their banner ad journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Write Rhythm puts the music of independent electronic music producers directly into the email boxes of record labels. Write Rhythm is a service to the music industry at both ends, becoming a tool that proves invaluable to A&R’s industry wide, using a genre and sub-genre selection vetting service that makes sure that the record label in question receives only music specific to their particular brand. http://www.writerhythm.com
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We are looking for a banner advertisement to call upon Record Labels to join our service.
The campaign is called "Dear, record label." (with the comma and full stop)
This is strictly for a banner and will have all other details set in the description and not in the banner. We will be using this predominately on Facebook so please be Facebook Banner Friendly. Check the guidelines online so that it meets Facebooks banner criteria.
About the banner:
- Please use the word "Dear, Record Label."
- Only use black (212A36), orange (F26528) and white colors
- Please make this very simple
- Please use the font type Nexa Light or Nexa Bold or something as close to it as possible.
- The overall feel should be bold, strong and simple. Attention grabbing.
- You can use images if you would like to but keep it simple. Think record label representative, NOT music consumer.
- DO NOT MAKE IT CHEESEY. (Do not add equalizer visuals or music notes or cheesey imagery in general).
- Please add the logo somewhere as well. It can be shown strongly or hidden in the corner.
- Please make it Facebook banner friendly.
- Just because we want simple and bold, please don't be afraid to be creative and professional with your designs.
- This is specifically for record labels, so you can try to imagine if your a record label executive... what would grab your attention?