Graphic design assets for our business partnerships and sponsors
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $269
- Modtagne indlæg: 90
- Vinder: Bonamaker
About our business: codelikeagirl.com (social handles: codelikeagirlau)
Code Like a Girl is a social enterprise that exists to address the gender skills gap in technology, improving women and girls economic security in the future of work.
We do this by re-skilling women through scalable education and providing our students with real career pathways to employment in the tech industry.
We're funded through sponsorship, it's the lifeblood of our organisation and so require to create digital assets that our partners can share and be proud to support us.
Below is a brief for these assets (4 concepts in total)
Asset 1: Image for sharing within an email signature (px: 300w x 70h)
This will be used in a sponsors email signature to promote their support for our work. Please note this is not to design an email signature but a small image that would site under an email signature like a 'badge' or 'banner'.
“Proud sponsor of [logo: Code Like a Girl]”
Must include our logo
Option / include a way to identify what kind of sponsor they are (Silver, Gold or Platinum)
Could include imagery of women coding (attached graphics)
Asset 2: Anniversary/Onboarding tiles and images (1200x630 and 1080x1080)
We’d like to create a range of fun/quirky anniversary and onboarding images to celebrate our partnerships with corporate companies. This is a play on 'anniversary cards' and a tongue and cheek romantic relationship.
Each image needs to incorporate
- Key Messaging + optional illustrative graphic but applied in our brand and colours
- Could include imagery of women coding, but examples I’ve seen make this very busy, use with caution (attached graphics)
- Our logo (doesn’t have to be huge)
- A placeholder for a corporate logo
- If it’s an anniversary then text to show how many years e.g 4 years
Concept 1: key message: Did we just… Level UP?
Concept 2: key message: We just click... (include computer mouse graphic)
Concept 3: key message: You are the CSS to my HTML
(note that all are tech/nerdy or coding related, attached reference images for inspirational purposes only)