Edward Ho got their new banner ad by running a design contest:
gayasianmale.com needs a new banner ad
Check out Edward Ho's Banner ad contest…
This is a dating website for gay, Asian men and those interested in dating Asian men.
What's your vision?
The ad banner will be used on a complementary blog site (gayasianmale.NET). The ad will be on the upper right in the light blue space and will be 468 width x 60 height. Important points to consider: 1. This new ad for the dating site must work within the context of the blog site (design-wise: color, font, positioning, etc). It needs to be different i.e. clear to the user that this is an ad but similar i.e. related to this space on gayasianmale.net. 2. If you use images, they need to be license-free. 3. Re-use of the logo (from gayasianmale.net) is not required and I would prefer that it is not used in the ad, unless your can make it work really well. 4. The look and feel of the dating site is changing. A sample of the new design is included (see home-bluegray.png) 5. The wording should have a call to action e.g. 'Join' or 'Meet' or whatever you think works best. Some things to experiment with: 6. The website address (www.gayasianmale.com) may or may not be present in the design. What I would not want is to confuse the user which site he is on i.e. if the .com address is there, the user should be clear that they are currently on the .net site. 7. I like the phase 'Make a friend. Find a partner. Meet a lover' from the dating site. but it may appear too wordy for an ad. Also,please provide the text in a text layer in case it needs to be changed later.
A layered PSD file in RGB is required (i.e. different design elements in layers (text, images, etc.) in the final deliverable. Please pay attention to the Domain names. The ad is to promote the gayasianmale.com (dating site) and will be placed on the gayasianmale.net (blog site).
145 US$ Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Banner ad starts at €49.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
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