I am looking to start a weekly newsletter about information technology related material...everything from tips, tricks, walkthroughs...ect.
But first I need a layout/template for the newsletter. I am not a graphic designer, but I can tell when things look good or bad.
When you submit your bid PLEASE submit some sort of sample. I'm not asking for the 100% completed thing, I am simply asking for a picture of what you might think look good. I will give bonuses if you make more than 1 that I like (I must like the layout!). If you don't submit a sample, that is ok, but I just want to get an idea of what you are going to make for me.
Layout/template must be easily manageable/content movable. In other words don't make it so static to where if I removed a piece of content it wouldn't look right.
Please do not submit a generic bid saying "My company does blah blah blah and we are top quality blah blah". If you do I WILL report you to rentacoder. Also, do NOT bid the max, if you do you WILL be reported to rentacoder.
Remember, this is going to be about computer related stuff, so make the template/layout accordingly. In other words pink butterflies is not acceptable, microchips would be.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Saturday Aug 23, 2008 10:30:38 PM:
This is a physical newsletter not a email newsletter. For example a publisher file would be perfect for this; not a website.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Sunday Aug 24, 2008 8:36:30 AM:
Apparently, there has been something lost in translation. You will NOT be accepted if - 1. You bid the max $75, even if you say you are willing to bargain. still it seems like you didn't even READ the description and insulted me. Unless, you post a sample that exactly what I am looking for: newsletter with computer related graphics (microchips, harddrives, mice, keyboards, network, cables...ect Note: It does not have to contain ALL of those, but the more you can fit into it the better) that is easily edited. 2. You DO NOT post a sample of a newsletter. If you don't know what a newsletter is, then download a trial of Microsoft Publisher. It's basically a newspaper but a lot less content. THIS IS NOT A WEBSITE OR A AN ONLINE NEWSLETTER. This newsletter will be on physical paper.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Sunday Aug 24, 2008 1:57:13 PM:
Please, read the description. By not reading it and asking what I want is only a waste of my time.