@n2n44 Thank you very much for the elaborate review.
You know, I always get a bit pissed when reading your reviews of my rejected items, but I push through my feelings and I inspect what you said about the item and it really makes sense. You really are wise about design…
I’ll refer to some of the statements that stood out to me (I’m taking the others very seriously as well)…
i think that u have a problem with the global style as the theme is transpiring from anything but the logo , which is not supposed to be kept in the end
I really did set up the logo at the very end, and it doesn’t match, I see that.
even the model being not really representive of gym trainers and not even being showed "in action "
I realize this is important now. I even recall the client I did the similar works for (who is a gym owner), who said he liked the trainers’ images in action poses. I used simple poses like this one on my first drafts then as well…
at this stage , all combined together , with the very light work in the back the flyer may look a bit too simple so that people feel like buying and saving time rather than ding by themselves so to speak
I was trying out a style of design where I would set up a simple layout and then later give attention to little details and see how it turned out… I realize now that making the theme style too basic could also be an issue.
i would like to underline that u also have a discrepancy with a upper part where is there is more breathing and that looks sort of more comfortable reading and a lower one that looks way more denser and compact being “choking” a bit in the end
I imagine you as being able to see the working process of the designer from assessing the faulty creatives (like this one) like Robert Downey Jr.'s Sherlock Holmes does in the movies! I worked on the top part of the design first, and then tried to fit in the rest of the relevant content at the bottom!
Thanks a lot again for your very elaborate review!
I will try not to make the same mistakes again in my next entry.