hi Jeri this is basically a bit "naive looking visually speaking , it rather looks like addressing very young people than any other thing. The footer on the main composition is a very bad idea, as either this makes it super hard to read but this this spoiling the main element in the main impact zone, too. “Party” is not constraint enough and is not outstanding as expected indeed. One again , u AGAIN have this nonsensical thing of having the club name in the header , ONCE AGAIN too small, ONCE AGAIN, not outstanding enough so that ONCE AGAIN this is not good enough as far as branding goes. One more time, u have the sideways rather empty and a misbalance between a busy central axis and the mid section in both left and right sides. The date is a very important info being part of “who, when, where” is not where to be emphasized and this makes no sense apart form making the flyer inefficient … shadows in the back are lacking so that the composition is lacking depth indeed
Thank you so much, I will fix some of my flyer Regards.
My last flyer (cocktail party) is good or bad? please reply me thank you.
the footer si mor visible but still on the composition , unlike what i had explained … folllw the instructions if u want to be progressive, Jeri … shadows under the flying objects are too massive and teh positioning of the concerned fruits is not satisfying neough . Party is not more visible and ONCE AGAIN u keep this club name up there , makign no sense at all and being lost ! thank about it , u are a club owner, uh, u feel like your club name is almost invisible do u? THIS and the central titles are the most important parts!
the positioning of the concerned fruits is not satisfying enough
I did not understand where I can add fruits?
no u did not change anything that i pointed at but fruits and even this that u modified is not satisfying yet anyway … why "jeriteam " still up there ? why so small? why not following the curve? why intruding a second club name? why making so very flat and less visible than the two dj names just under? why this block is still over the central composition, too? this block is a footer … why isn’t the central composition a bit slightly upper?