- Status: Closed
- Prize: $30
- Entries Received: 4
DO NOT POST THE IMAGES ON HERE. SEND IMAGES WITH YOUR FREELANCER USERNAME TO BUILDOUTLOUD@GMAIL.COM. THEN POST SOMETHING ON THIS CONTEST AND I WILL SCORE IT.
I have about 6 other images that I need created. Similar to below. The winner will be the most creative one that creates an image that clearly depicts the requirements below. Thank you.
Build Out Loud is a software consulting company that specializes in building web based software.
The purpose of this image is to represent the relationship between the client and Build Out Loud. This relationship is created from the client having a software need and trusting Build Out Loud carrying this conceptual need through their process to a finished product. The client has a need/problem and Build Out Loud manages a solution through the Build Out Loud process all the way to a finished product that the client is proud of. All the way through the process Build Out Loud is communicating and reporting to the client.
1. Partnership between client and Build Out Loud.
2. Process Input: Client has a need or a problem.
i. Sub-Title: - "Take an idea or a problem and create prioritized deliverables (MVP's)."
ii. This should depict the "Plan" phase of software delivery.
i. Sub-Title: "Create concrete visuals from a Plan."
ii. This should depict the "Design" phase of software delivery.
i. Sub-Title: "Iteratively build working software from a design."
ii. This should depict the "Build" phase of software delivery.
iii. Iteratively build Minimum Viable Products.
i. Sub-Title: "Most valuable features are delivered first"
ii. This should depict the "Manage" phase of software delivery.
iii. Most valuable features are delivered first.
This image is the conceptual (high-level) process overview. This image needs the ability to be expanded for a low-level process view. The Plan phase has 8 deliverables. The Design Plan has 8 deliverables. These deliverables need the ability to be shown as in-scope/out-of-scope.
1. Conceptual (high-level) process overview image
2. Low-Level process image
3. The images need to be provided in layered files (photoshop/illustrator) that I can edit.