We are creating an infographic report which will compare the hiring trends and practices of 30 of the top technology firms. Though we want an infographic style, it will ultimately be presented as a slideshow (as you'll see in the link below).
I have a few specs attached as well as a link to the the last Infographic we created (http://www.slideshare.net/PatrickMc…ter-1-2014).
This project will be somewhat similar to the last one, so I included a .psd file of the last one (pages 1, 3 & 4) which may be used as a starting point. We are including more information on each of the companies in this report, so we'll need more data to show up on each page than what we had last time. I included a rough drawing of what I am hoping for in terms of layout.
(IMPORTANT) this is targeted to a tech audience rather than a financial services tech audience, so we need it to look a bit more fun and light than what we had last time.
We NEED to have this done in Photoshop and the final design sent with all layers (well labeled and organized)
For the initial design we are looking for someone to show what they would do for page 1 (cover), page 3 (company comparison & overview) and page 4 (company analysis) - Company Analysis is the most important page.
The new title for the cover page will be "The War for Tech Talent"
The sub-title will be "How 30 Top Firms Stack Up - Quarter 2, 2014"
After we select a winner we will NEED to have all of the Company
Comparison & Overview pages as well as the Company Analysis pages populated with the final data (30 companies, 15 pages).
<p style="font-style: normal; font-size: 13.63636302947998px; line-height: 17.81818199157715px; font-family: sans-serif;">I am most interested in seeing what you do with pages 4 and 3 (
4-Analysis.psd and 3-Comparison.psd below).
I generally like the following styles for infographic design: