Stick Figure Graphics Design
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I am looking to create a very simple guide with 6 pages. This is a graphics designer project rather than coding. I am not looking to code anything. Each Page has a title, a stick figure in the middle surrounded by icons, and each icon has a brief description of the icon/concept that the icon represents. The most icons that any stick figure has around it is 15 or so. I am looking to print each of the pages. The pages/graphics need to be clean since I am looking to print this into a small booklet. The graphics themselves can be cartoonish, simple, black & white, but they need to look polished. Basic Look and Feel guide: White background, black graphics, use minimal color, black label text. There is a sample Visio document and JPEG files attached.
1) Source files for each page, and each graphic. 2) Format: Photoshop, bmp, Visio. One image file per page. 3) Need the font specifications used in each slide 4) Consistent look and feel for each page meaning the stick figure is in the same place, title is in the same place, labels use the same font, the icons/text around the figure in the middle is symmetric. 4.5) If the icon and the lable are text, different fonts shall be used so that different look/feel is maintained between the icon and the label. 5) Resolution: Intend to present each page in MS PowerPoint slides at 1024 by 768 screen resolution. 6) Printed resolution: Intend to print each page / slide on an 8.5 inch by 11 inch sheet of paper. 6) All source files that you used to create the final deliverables. If you used the attached visio/jpegs that is cool. 7) All pages have a title with a stick figure in the middle and icons in a circle around them with labels under the icons. 8) The Pages: Page 1: Title: Equipment Stick Figure in the middle surrounded by the following icon & text under each icon: a. Camera (icon) / Camera (text) b. Notes / Notes c. Bag / Bag d. Pen or Pencil / Pen e. Voice Recorder / Voice Recorder f. Consent Form (box with x____ at the bottom) / Consent Form g. Clothing or shirt / Clothing h. Shoe / Footwear i. Business Card / Localized Biz Card Page 2: Title: Observe a. Box with 3 stripes in pastel colors (icon) / Color (text) b. Box with Labels when, where, who / Artifacts c. Newspaper / Newspaper d. Street Map / Local Commute e. Cell phone and Email / Off f. Icon of Music note / Sound g. Nose with some dots under it / Smell h. Alarm clock / Local Hours i. Two stick figures with two call out boxes / Engage j. Slice of pizza or sandwich / Food Page 3 Title: Participate a. Cartoon head of a person with mouth as a circle and an X through the mouth / Quiet. b. Cartoon head of a person with mouth as a horizontal line / Still c. Cartoon head of a person with glasses / Learn d. Cartoon head of a person with mouth open / Answer/Disclose e. Stick figure with eyes depressed, thought bubble filled with 3 question marks / Be overwhelmed. f. Stick figure balancing on a rope / Off Balance Page 4: Title: Surprise a. 1+1=3? (icon in this case just text) / Ask stupid questions b. WOW! (icon in this case just text) / Be surprised c. Assumptions? (just text) / Challenge. d. 2 boxes and a triangle / What sticks out? Page 5: Title: Stories a. Shield (icon) / Custodian (text) b. Call out box / Tell c. Map / Maps d. Child/Story book / Narrative e. Thought bubble with a stick figure face in it / Remember the people f. Box with PPT bullets and lines next to each bullet crossed out / No bullets g. Ghost / Ghosts h. Question mark - Ask Right Question Page 6: Title: Analyze a. The word "Blah" repeated 3 times under each other / Repeated phrases b. X=Y / Metaphors c. 9 dots arranged in a 3x3 matrix / Patterns d. Library (some official building icon) / Patterns of knowledge e. X != Y / Translate carefully f. A "<" sign / Open Ended All of these are represented in the attached files. The attached files represent the basic idea. Modify them as you see fit. 8) Deliverables must be in ready-to-open condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
a) For web sites or other server-side deliverables intended to only ever exist in one place in the Buyer's environment--Deliverables must be installed by the Seller in ready-to-run condition in the Buyer's environment.
b) For all others including desktop software or software the buyer intends to distribute: A software installation package that will install the software in ready-to-run condition on the platform(s) specified in this bid request.
3) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, GNU, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the coder's Seller Legal Agreement).
Whatever you send me must be opened on a Windows XP PC. Acceptable formats are: 1. Photoshop 2. Visio in one file or separate files 3. Bitmap files
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