Website Design for 5 x Facebook image tiles, HEALTH AND FITNESS
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $100
- Entries Received: 8
- Winner: patrick12691
Are you passionate about health, fitness, sport and nutrition? We are looking for a creative graphic designer to produce a series of Facebook Timeline Images, which will be posted on our company Facebook page. We are a health and fitness company so the posts will be related to nutrition, exercise motivation, training and sport.
To win, you (the designer) will need to create 5 completed images to Facebook Timeline specifications. (403px x 403px). The images need to be thought provoking and appeal to men aged 18years-40years who exercise regularly and like to train hard in the gym. For the top entries this could lead to a number of projects with our company in the future.
The completed images should show your ability to create different styles of work (eg. Modern, retro, animation, humour etc)
If you are using photographic imagery in your design, go to [login to view URL] and use download comps to create your artwork, (we are aware that these will be low res). Please only use images worth less than 30 credits.
Image tile 1:
The question is: WHO'S PLANNING TO TRAIN HARD THIS WEEKEND?
Brief: Create an image that communicates with customers who are planning to train hard over the weekend. It may be in the gym, outdoors, doing sport etc. They may be sacrificing drinking and socialising to train but they are feeling good about it and this will help to motivate them even further.
Image tile 2:
The quote is: EAT. LIFT. MISC. SLEEP. REPEAT.
Brief: Create an image that illustrates this mantra.
Image tile 3:
The question is: Gym gloves or no gym gloves?
Brief: Some guys prefer to weight train with gloves on, some prefer to train without, create a humorous image tile to illustrate this gym debate.
Background: some people perceive wearing training gloves as a weakness.
Image tile number 4:
Muscle Super food: Fish
Brief: Create an image that illustrates the muscle building benefits of eating fish. Fish is high in protein and packed with heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids.
Image tile number 5:
Exercise insight: Did you know?... Physical training is just as important as mental training for maintaining a healthy brain.
Brief: Create an image that illustrates the connection between exercise and a healthy brain.
Image should be provided as JPEG or PSD files.