Design & Implementation
In this section, you will answer questions that will help us design and implement your campaign.
If you have already considered a theme or design direction, note it here. Examples would be "Fire of the Holy Spirit" or "Peaceful Water". If the event already has prepared assets, note the theme here e.g. "Space Battles"
Do you have any prepared or designed media material? Examples would be existing video, digital images, logos, PowerPoint slides, and written event information. If Yes, please describe all such material in as much detail as possible.
If you already have assets you want to use, please upload them here. Be sure you have followed the Identity Guide and provided all needed source files, fonts, or linked elements.
Do you require a visual design? (You may choose to provide your own, then you will be responsible for submitting ALL required assets to the communications team in accordance with the production schedule. Provided assets will need to meet the requirements and standards laid out in the Identity Guide.)BETA TESTING!!!If you already have assets you want to use, please upload them here. Be sure you have followed the Identity Guide and provided all needed source files, fonts, or linked elements.
Please be sure to mention what you uploaded in the above Visuals box.
Short form announcements have 5 elements, 2 of which you’ve already provided (Title & Date/Time/Location).
The last are three sentences: 1) Describe the situation (from the audience perspective). 2) Unpack the benefit to the audience. 3) Call to Action.
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Long Form Text
For long form announcements (Bulletin features, web articles, FB posts, etc) you will want to take the same structure as the short form and amplify it into at least a paragraph.
Please proof-read this text, as it will be copy and pasted into the communications channels and may not be proofed.