Infographic Design - 08/10/2021 05:13 EDT
- Status: Closed
- Prize: £50
- Entries Received: 43
- Winner: AchiverDesigner
Curiosity Software Ireland seek an infographic design. The infographic, titled “Automate Test Data Bottlenecks out of CI/CD Pipelines and DevOps”, will be presented on our website, social platforms and maybe even printed out for our office space. Curiosity aims to have at least 1 piece of unique content out every month and therefore would like to have a finished product by Wednesday the 8th of November.
You can find our previous infographic listing here: https://www.freelancer.com/contest/Infographic-Design-1890437/details
Curiosity Software Ireland are your partners when designing, building, and rigorously testing complex systems in short sprints. Our tools, Test Modeller and Test Data Automation, generate clear system specifications with matching tests and data, while allowing business analysts, developers, and testers to collaborate parallel from visual flows. Curiosity has recently announced the first “Open Testing Platform”. This open technology harnesses data from across the whole development ecosystem. Identifying what needs testing in-sprint, generating the data and tests needed before the next release.
About The Infographic:
We have created a mock-up of the infographic, presented in the shape of a database icon (See this website for an example of a database icon: https://www.flaticon.com/free-icons/database ). The infographic is split into 2 columns: left for problems and right for solutions. The mock-up design demonstrates the content that we would like featured in the final infographic.
All the wording and logos should be included, in a similar fashion. However, please exercise freedom in the layout, sizing, and colours used. Please also design your own icons, the icons included are placeholder and do not need to be in the final design. You may add any further graphics or the adjust the design if it includes the content and matches the Curiosity brand.
Please View our previous infographic to get an idea of what we want: https://opentestingplatform.curiositysoftware.ie/blog/removing-barriers-in-sprint-testing-development-infographic,
Size and Specifications:
You will need to adjust the dimensions of the content to fit a normal website page, currently the provided mock-up is 720x2636 but we would like a higher resolution image that is suitable for print and online media. For example, our last infographic, https://opentestingplatform.curiositysoftware.ie/blog/removing-barriers-in-sprint-testing-development-infographic, was submitted in 2238x8192. If you choose to adjust the dimensions, please retain the aspect ratio and high resolution. The higher the quality the better.
For format, a high-resolution PNG is a minimum requirement. Preference will be given to any submissions that can provide alternative file formats, as well as any editable files like PSD with full layers.
If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message.
The main colours used by Curiosity are black, pink (#E9168C), white, light grey (#EAEAEA) and dark grey (#303133).
Please visit our website: https://opentestingplatform.curiositysoftware.ie/ to understand our typical use of these colours.
Curiosity primarily uses Poppins (San Serif), Arial, and Calibri. Please visit our website to see our typical letter and line spacing (1.5 spacing). We sometimes use small caps when appropriate for headings.
It is essential that the font is eligible and large enough to be read with ease.
The infographic design must be on brand with the Curiosity Software branding. Please visit our website https://opentestingplatform.curiositysoftware.ie/ and review the branding there.
You will find attached to this specification:
• A copy of relevant logos: Curiosity Software, in black and white, and Test Data Automation logo.
• A copy of the infographic mock-up. Please retain the content and logos in a similar order. The mock-up is provided as a PDF and PSD file, to make it easier to copy the text.
“Mohammad was a great collaborator and communicator. He iterated on his design incredibly quickly, listening to feedback and adjusting accordingly. His work was high quality and I recommend people work with him on any design work. I look forward to our next freelancer project with him.”
jameswalker1990, United Kingdom.