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Old 10-17-2010, 07:01 PM
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theres 4 if you didnt know

and ill change the fonts

what font are you reffering to? the main italicized font or the money font
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The entire thing.

You need to use one of these fonts as they are easier on the eyes


It may look cool but it is otherwise very hard to read. Confuses the eyes so to speak.

Come on guys help the kid out and give your suggestions. I can't be the only one with an opinion. LOL

Definitely stay away from the font in your logo. It is ok for the logo but too much for a document.

Print them out and have your folks look at them. Don't tell them to pick the best one just ask them to tell you their first impression. First impressions ONLY! That is what counts. Don't let them have time to think about it. Less than 15 seconds are enough to get the impression and what a potential customer will react like. If they say something is wrong but they can not put their finger on it then trash that design because your customer will feel the same way. Normally you have less than 5 seconds to impress someone enough to make them curious.

I think that is the key, peak their curiosity and they will read on. First 2 lines is all you will get most likely. Ask a question or shock them into reading more.

Don't ask something like "Is your yard full of leaves?" Duh does a bear......

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All valid points made above. No need for me to type the same thing.
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Originally Posted by jklawncare View Post
hahaha i might consider something like that
i just dont want to lose the professional aspect of it

printing in color might not be in my best interest
moneys tight haha
If you are going to go with printing them in color and you will be doing your own printing, make sure you set the print preference to draft, that way you will get many more copies and the difference is not that bad. Don't feel that you will need to be at normal printing mode.
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Here are some more designs we have seen on the forum.

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Here are some more designs we have seen on the forum.

i think the second one will look really good in black and white btw u should look in investing in a printer down the line if you are thinking about printing ur own flyers. Good luck
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