Your add looks ok to me. My only concern it’s about the bleed area (if this is a print template). You can do few variations in terms of colors, size and composition to be more attractive to customers. Or you can create an additional pizza menu or some web templates.
thank you very much i will do that, is it okay to use your arms?
First all I would like to apologize for taking some time to provide you with a feedback , I have had for once the opportunity to be away from design for a couple of days (and from a technologies too). Then, I would like to tell you that I really like what u have here , this is very tasteful , creative and globally aesthetic, even if there is much to comment all the same. So let’s start into deeper details. The thing is that u have many things to potentially fix, modify or whatever for many different kind of reasons. As I mentioned I like much the concept but, to be honest, as I could judge about it by myself with a few of my creations, the purely ad style is scarcely a good money making style. Especially when u have a strong concept like this. This should not be a reason for hard rejection matters indeed , of course but mixed with other things that may decide the reviewer into binning the item rather than approving it. For the "the technical reasons " there are some things that turn out to be a real problem if u ask me. The first one is the positioning of texts in a general way. The fact of the matter is that the disposition of texted make little sense as regard to what I usually call “z-shape reading process”. This is describing the usual attitude of eyes being confronted to any document … The eye will sweep across from top let to top right and go down bottom left in a slanted auto finally end up in the down right corner. All this with a focus in the center of the page too. In other words for your texts, logos and so on to have an impact they should placed accordingly (top left, center of bottom right). Yours are misplaced at this stage.
You also have a real issue of contrast that brings u into facing additional troubles in a snowball effect. Lack of contrast means , apart from violating a basic design principle , that you will have readability problems and that some texts will not pop out as expected , also having an impact of the hierarchy of information. As you can guess this is thus definitely not a small deal.
You also have a major mistake in terms of branding as the logo is very small and certainly not outstanding to say the least and this is being reinforced a feeling by the lack of color contrast between the logo and the background. Though u have managed to avoid a very usual mistake , as u placed the logo in one of the profitable areas. Think about color issues for texts , it will help u to solve many things contrast related indeed. You should also take out the added light effects on texts , they are creating even more link for sure but also introduce more readability issues and reinforce contrast problems in the meanwhile too.
You also have a major mistake as there is no space dedicated to personal information and that the brand cannot be read anywhere else than in the logo, which is incompatible with branding needs and actually needs of business owners for whom this is essential.
Last but not least the discount thing , as such is not working as this is looking like a secondary information when indeed this is supposed to be a prominent element of your item , something to be noticed that must be outstanding and meant to attract buyers and push up purchases , when , what u have here is hardly visible …
fro me u still need to have the clear name and info written, independently from the logo and , as such the name of the place is way too small anyway … otherwise this is better , but u would need a bit bolder font for the website
thank you very much for the feedback, I’m learning a lot from you, thank you very much.
I will review this, thank you very much for the feedback