I would like a one-page, two-sided flyer. Our firm, http://www.woodlawnpartners.com, has traditionally bought small businesses and improved their operations. We are now offering consulting services to outside businesses, and this flyer will explain our unique approach and methodology.
The attached "one pager" is a mock-up of the text and basic visuals that we would like to communicate.
"Woodlawn leave behind" is a draft that another designer created. I did not like the rabbit graphic (unprofessional), and I like a circle for the 4-quadrant chart vs. the rectangle. The icons on the second page are fine, if a little unoriginal. The arrows in the example schedule do not show the intended "layering" of habits. That means one habit continues while the next related habit is built on top of that. This seems one-dimensional and linear.
"Colors 2" is an example of some color palette ideas. The first draws on the ideas of our framework being a map. If the visuals are compelling, I could change some of the wording to be consistent with this look:
- The 4-quadrant diagram could look like a compass (with the red accent as a northern arrow), for instance.
- We could talk about "orientations" and "boundaries" instead of rigid plans.
- There could be multiple layers to the map: roads, topography, political boundaries... just like there are layers to a business.
- Feedback could be "dashboards"
The other pages in the "Colors 2" file use the idea of having a jewel tone accent to the existing color palette. I am leaning toward the red accent, because it supports the map theme, but I am open to ideas that use these (or other) more vibrant colors just to make it more visually engaging.
Ultimately, I would also like:
- This look to be carried over to the "consulting" page of the Woodlawn website. It's okay if this looks like a separate, but closely related, product line within the same site and overall brand identity.
- We do a lot of powerpoint slides for the content, so I'd like a design that carries over well to that basic format: title slides, basic headers and bullets for content pages, etc. An example of a typical powerpoint is attached (