On the backend, we plan on having printable signs, postcards etc. so retailers can set up an account, quickly put them up in their shops and start getting feedback. I'll attach a crude mock-up or prototype that we've created.
And this is where you come in.
We’re looking for someone to turn these mock-ups into polished, highly functional signs that retailers and small shops can display in different places within their physical space.
The signs (or flyers, postcards...whatever we want to call them) are critical pieces as they will be what prompts people to give feedback to the small business. The sign design therefore needs to be clear, visual and intuitive. It should communicate its utility clearly: that scanning it with your phone will allow you to provide feedback to the business. If we need to add text to the sign saying this, we will. It needs to draw peoples’ attention without being an eyesore for the business. All sign designs should include the “Powered by SentimentSnap.com” text along with the SentimentSnap logo.
We’re looking a professional, clean design…nothing overly cartoon-ish. It should not contain any complex illustrations, as the vector paths need to be converted into code which will drive creation of dynamic documents with unique QR codes.
I'll add a QR code file that you can use in the design, along with the SentimentSnap logo and that mockup mentioned above.