Looking at Gorilla Advertising for some inspiration for my advertising campaigns
I love these images. They look fantastic and show examples of advertising that people will defiantly remember.
After looking at the app interface in more detail I noticed that I didn’t add a back button which is vital for viewing more locations. Here you can see I have now added one in order for the user to move back and too between screens with ease.
Still working on my final app. It’s getting a little tricky! I want to be able to get lots of content into the app, however I don’t feel that this is relevant I want this app to be a addition to the storm trips which people can use to gain information about the weather etc. I’m not sure if I should add something which directly links the tour concept to the app for users when on the trip.
Here is my final poster and billboard design. I previously did a simpler version which looked a little bland. So I wanted to add an extra texture to this in order to make it look more interesting and mimic a stormy weather look. Please visit this link to see the original.
The image of the poster with the bus I think looks great and pretty real. I really like how the poster looks on a real life senario. I actually took this photo myself in London over the weekend, wanting to get some photographs myself to incorporate my poster.
If you think sunshine brings you happiness, then you haven’t danced in the rain
– This was the thought of the day at Clapham South Station on Saturday morning. Quite a beautiful insight.
I’ve created my poster so far. I’m still in the process of making its better as I feel it look a little bland. I do however like this minimalistic look, but it does need something - I’m just not sure what!
As you can see from the mock image of the poster on the bus shelter, I think it does have a natural inviting element about it. Although, I feel that it wouldn’t particularly get the message across quickly.
As its selling storm chasing tours I’m not sure that the poster perhaps needs to portray more danger, or if this look is the way to go.