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Prospectus design

Discussion in 'Graphic Design Forum:' started by Marian, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. Marian

    Marian New Member

    Is anyone out there working on a college prospectus at the moment?

    I started taking the photos and interviewing students for case studies in April and am now coming to the end of the design part of the job (have just been asked this morning to change the students on the front!!!!! :icon_mad:).

    If you are currently putting a prospectus together how is it going? What problems are you coming up against?


  2. CarlyG

    CarlyG New Member

    I worked on a prospectus last year... Wasn't really my idea of fun as there was a lot of niggling caveats that the client wanted included!

    They tend to be good profit projects if you don't mind the extra work involved.

    .... Bit confused about post dates here...
    Is that 2nd of August or 8th of February?

    ARRIVALS Well-Known Member

    Thats the 8th of Feb 2011
  4. CarlyG

    CarlyG New Member

    My bad.

    It's usually the other way round on forums :(
  5. Katedesign

    Katedesign Well-Known Member

    But we are British!
  6. YellowPeril

    YellowPeril Member

    I'm English! :icon_smile:
  7. Edge

    Edge Active Member

    I'm so confused now I can only be sure of the year..
  8. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    It's actually the 2nd of August if you are referring to the post date on the forum, it's the default format, probably some way of changing it and will do when I get a moment :icon_smile:
  9. dot design

    dot design Member

    Back on topic :icon_biggrin:...

    I've found the biggest stumbling block to be the front cover image (if using one) colleges tend to want to sum up everything about themselves in that one shot.

    So it ends up with everything and the kitchen sink in there, every ethnicity etc.
    Can be tricky to advise (and win) them against doing so.

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