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See Anything Wrong with this Bus Ad

So my question to all you designers out there. . .

Do you see any problems with this bus ad that was recently spotted in Portland, OR?

kennedy-restoration_ad

I will post my comments next week.

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Read 1962 times Last modified on Thursday, 28 April 2011 12:56

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  • Comment Link inkspot Friday, 13 May 2011 13:45 posted by inkspot

    Phil, good point. But the one thing that I can't over emphasis is that keep it clean (less copy). You are probably not going to have time to write a phone number down but Kennedy wants you to remember their brand. I have my suggested layout in the next posting.

  • Comment Link Philip Rees Wednesday, 04 May 2011 13:10 posted by Philip Rees

    Where is the telephone number?

    In an emergency your not going to go to a website to look up an emergency service - in fact you may not even have internet access. However knowledge of the phone number can be called straight away, or stored into a mobile on the go.

    Website address is sucky as well - doesnt really clarify what the firm does - kennedy24hour.com would work better.

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