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- matt 8i
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- karl McKenna
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How mattresman started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We develop and sell multiview digital displays to the consumer market. Our displays enable multiple people to view one screen at the same time and all see different content, completely glasses free. The displays are used for gaming, watching movies, TV, etc
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We will be going to CES this year to display our products and need a pop-up banner to draw people into our booth. Here are the key items/ input we have:
1.) Must have the MirraViz logo (a few versions are attached, choose which one you like)
2.) Needs to convey the MultiView experience either through words or graphics (I have included a graphic that we sometimes use, but it would be nice to give it a more consumer feel)
3.) It needs to include the CES Innovation Award Honoree Logo (file attached)
4.) Should be consumer centric
5.) Banner should be 33" wide by 87" tall. The view able area is 84.25 inches tall (there is 0.5 inches in the top that get covered by a frame and 2.75 inches that go into the base) if you use a background color, graphic etc please have it extend into these areas.
6.) I have included a Word Doc which contains the verbiage for the poster
In the attachments there are a few examples we like and dont like, here are the reasons why.
Example 1- we like this, it has a good mix of content and images, it give information, but not too much
Example 2- we like this, there is more text than Example 1, however it is broken up with images and is still easy to read
Example 3- do not like this, too much text
Example 4- this one is okay, it is a clean simple layout, but does not draw the user in, picture does not seem relevant
Example 5- we do not like this, too sparse, not enough information about company/ product