Design a Flyer for Tutorpedia's holiday postcard!
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $75
- Entries Received: 88
- Winner: VrushaliSingh
I need the front of a custom holiday post card ([url removed, login to view] in x [url removed, login to view] in, landscape) designed for an annual mailing to donors, clients, program partners, supporters, etc. of a hybrid educational organization. I'd love to have the final file in a layered PSD file (Illustrator and InDesign also acceptable). The holiday card needs to be non-denominational (so NOT centered on Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.). It should have a general greeting such as "Happy Holidays" or "Season's Greetings" and be devoid of Christmas trees, menorahs, and the like (snowflakes, etc. = okay). I'm aiming to have recipients receive in mail by Thanksgiving.
I'd like the design to include photos of people in the Tutorpedia family (included as attachments) - it is up to the designer to choose how many photos and which ones to include. As far as copy, I need it to be clear it's "from Tutorpedia" but here are some examples of what you can incorporate into your design:
--Happy Holidays from Tutorpedia
--Season's Greetings from Tutorpedia
--Wishing you a joyous holiday season
--Wishing you a happy and healthy holiday season
--Sending you cheerful holiday wishes
Thank you for your time and consideration of this project! If you have any questions, please leave a comment. Looking forward to seeing your submissions!
About the org: Tutorpedia is a hybrid organization based in San Francisco, CA with a private tutoring service business and a nonprofit organization arm. Tutorpedia Foundation's mission is to provide high-quality, personalized tutoring and related education services to under-resourced students.
“There were lots of submissions with many great qualities showing great creativity during my first design contest on Freelancer, but in the end I could only choose one winner. I chose VrushaliSingh\'s design (#79) because it had a good selection of photos (many students represented), nice unique grid format, simple effects, and a clear focus on the holiday message using a cool font+drop shadow effect, shape, and border. To me the winning design was also reminiscent of a holiday gift--perfect for the theme and use of this card. Loved it! I only made one small change with font for the \"from Tutorpedia\" line to use something more like calligraphy and the designer provided instructions to make sure I knew how to change while also letting me know he would make any change I needed. Very happy in end!”
Diaris, United States.