[okfn-discuss] Comments on OKF poster
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Sun Feb 7 14:07:23 GMT 2010
A belated note to say thanks for your comments on the first go at an
OKF poster, Andrew!
I'll link to these from the wiki page:
All the best,
On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 7:12 PM, Andrew Mackenzie
<a.mackenzie at bethere.co.uk> wrote:
> It’s good, but you could consider:
> Skip headline, let graphics do the attention grab
> Intro para: cut hyphen, focus. Put organisation at the end
> Like the bold, but put the emphasis on the thing not the project name and
> make it consistent throughout.
> Cut the dashes
> Bullet points essential?
> The graphics are a great selection. If you have time for layout, try to
> overlap them to give an irregular boundary. Vary the sizes.
> If you need a low-cost version for mono laser printing use the B/W graphic
> but large. Put it behind the text @ 50% opacity. Does the networked thing
> for your message.
> If you use black, 2 levels of grey and regular/bold you can have a lot of
> depth in the text. So if you don’t have time to mess about with graphic
> layout it’s not a big problem.
> CC credits for graphics in small print along the bottom.
> Now I wish I hadn’t started and so do you. Damn. Just pick out anything
> which is helpful and ignore the rest.
> Attached edit of the copy.
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