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    Dear community,

    I need to design new look and feel of business proposals which are very tech-heavy contentwise. The new design needs to be very modern and digital. The business proposals have similar structure (executive summary, described approach, timeline, risks, references to other similar project, team overview etc.)
    For the next phase I need to show some of my ideas by comparing the old look with the new, modern look.

    I just do not have any clue where to start, and how I should demonstrate this so I can convince my client.
    Can you please give me some guidelines, recommend some easy tools I can use and just point me in the right direction?

    Kind regards,
    C.

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    Hi Cartessius and welcome to GDF.

    Is this a school/class assignment, or a paying job?

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    • #3
      Hello,
      This is paid assignment.
      Regards,
      C.

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      • #4
        I just do not have any clue where to start, and how I should demonstrate this so I can convince my client.
        If you can't convince your client, how do you intend to convince your client's customers???
        You are asking for some pretty serious creative help on a paying gig, help you want for free.
        Are you looking to outsource the work to someone else for pay?

        Because there is some work involved.
        For instance, when you say these new proposals ''need to be very modern and digital'' are you saying they are online presentations (pdf or otherwise), or recipient downloads, or printed and mailed by the office staff/dedicated print vendor? Or even all of the above?

        Changing up a company's marketing isn't just a matter of changing up the look of one piece of it and making it pretty. There is research involved in the who/what/why and where of the company's current marketing and the direction they intend to go, often compared to their competiton because your client is probably not submitting proposals without competition, and tying the business proposal into the current look of the company's branding. All that is going to be a major part of your presentation.

        As for how to show old look to new, that all depends on the end product and your mode of presentation. Is this in person? Online? What presentation tools are you familiar with? There are no ''easy tools.'' Graphic Design is a profession where 'easy' comes with many years of practice.

        Bonne chance.
        Last edited by PrintDriver; 10-28-2017, 01:30 PM.

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