The Battle of the Fliers!<br />Good vs. Bad<br />Lauryn Williams<br />
Bad			Good<br />VS<br />
Audience<br />For Both Fliers<br />Young music lovers<br />Ages 15 - 25<br />
Bad<br />
Bad Flier<br />Too much contrast<br />No repetition at all<br />No alignment to guide visual flow<br />No proximity: no gr...
Good<br />
Good Flier<br />Good Contrast with the title, additional information, and when/where information<br />Colors and line stru...
Good Flier<br />One focal point<br />Huge headline and huge clip art<br />When/where information- easy to find<br />White ...
Purpose<br />Bad Flier<br />To tell about an upcoming concert<br />DOES meet its purpose (next slide)<br />Obvious needed ...
Bad Flier Why it meets its purpose:<br />It is a punk rock characteristic to use scattered, boxed in, and jagged words.<br...
Good Flier<br />	No phone number or web address to<br />	call about ticket information<br />
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  • White Space- not too much info/ not too crowded.
  • Bad: It is kind of a punk rock characteristic to use scattered, boxed in, jagged words etc. I think that just seeing the look of the flyer would grab a punk rocker’s eye.Good: No phone number or web address to call about ticket information.The where and when I do believe is more important though, because if someone is interested they can easily find the venue and tickets online, or a phone number of the venue online.
  • The Battle of the Fliers - Publications

    1. 1. The Battle of the Fliers!<br />Good vs. Bad<br />Lauryn Williams<br />
    2. 2. Bad Good<br />VS<br />
    3. 3. Audience<br />For Both Fliers<br />Young music lovers<br />Ages 15 - 25<br />
    4. 4. Bad<br />
    5. 5. Bad Flier<br />Too much contrast<br />No repetition at all<br />No alignment to guide visual flow<br />No proximity: no grouping<br />
    6. 6. Good<br />
    7. 7. Good Flier<br />Good Contrast with the title, additional information, and when/where information<br />Colors and line structure is repeated<br />Alignment works well to guide the eye<br />Uses proximityto group related info<br />
    8. 8. Good Flier<br />One focal point<br />Huge headline and huge clip art<br />When/where information- easy to find<br />White space – not too crowded<br />
    9. 9. Purpose<br />Bad Flier<br />To tell about an upcoming concert<br />DOES meet its purpose (next slide)<br />Obvious needed improvement<br />Good Flier<br />To tell about an upcoming concert<br />Meets its purpose<br />Improvement: needs contact info and should not have center alignment<br />“When” and “Where” info may be hard to read<br />
    10. 10. Bad Flier Why it meets its purpose:<br />It is a punk rock characteristic to use scattered, boxed in, and jagged words.<br /> I think that just seeing the look of the flyer would grab a punk rocker’s eye.<br />
    11. 11. Good Flier<br /> No phone number or web address to<br /> call about ticket information<br />

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