Weekly Reflection 4

Week Four 02/07 through 02/13

 

The fourth week of my internship was a successful week. For the past couple weeks I have been working on a flyer for East Coast Aircraft to be able to send out to their clients in order to get more business as well as a new design for their business cards. Even though weeks past I wasn’t able to fulfill their needs and create something they were completely in love with, this week I finally achieved the goal. I have successfully made them a business card that they like and for the flyer they have just given me a few things to change in order to make it to their liking. For the upcoming week they have asked me to recreate their gallery because even though I did as they asked, after seeing the gallery set up they wish that it wasn’t so random with just unorganized pictures on different pages. Therefore I am going to create their gallery to have links that will take them to a page of just that type of aircraft that in listed in the links title. If time permits I hope to add a couple pages that will actually go to page once the dropdowns are clicked because right now the promotions dropdown just goes back to the homepage. Also they want me to add another page for testimonials from previous customers.

 

backwards back of the old business card
backwards back of the old business card
backwards front of the old business card
backwards front of the old business card
new back of the business card
new back of the business card
new front of the business card
new front of the business card
old back of the flyer
old back of the flyer
old front of the flyer
old front of the flyer
back of the new flyer
back of the new flyer
front of the new flyer
front of the new flyer

One thought on “Weekly Reflection 4”

  1. Nice before and after pictures. This really helps to see how the business cards and flyer evolved. I would try to have an unreversed copy of the original if possible. Anything you can do to present these materials with consistency will help your portfolio look more professional.

    Once they go to print, make sure you grab a few copies for yourself. Sometimes it helps to have a physical product. In addition, it is just nice to see your own work in tangible form.

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