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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

The great poster vote...

We now have four new designs for your views for you thoughts and consideration. Again you can get a clearer view by clicking on either poster.

I don't think we can reasonably do all four - we already have the earlier "Girls will be girls" in production, so I suggest we target two of these designs for now.

Before making up you mind its important to think about what they are for. We are not just looking for good designs (they are all that), but designs that hit and excite the target audience - ie. girls aged 10-13 with no previous rugby experience. So a poster that just says "come and play rugby here" won't really work as they don't know they want to play rugby yet! What we want is something that says "come and have a great time".

Anyway. Four designs - votes please for two of them.

The contenders:

1. "Who says"... an "adaption" (or "copy") of the OAs design

2. "No question"... in which "rugby" becomes a verb...

3. "What's missing"... with the blank people. And...

4. "Get stuck in"... setting the challenge.

You can vote using the comment link, or - if you want to remain anonymous, or you can't get it to work, just email me. Closing date... let's say 17th July?

And if there are any more ideas out there, its not too late...

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:16 PM

    i like the rugby as a verb poster and the challenge/dare ones-it's cleaver and sets a taste for the game and they stand out

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  2. Anonymous12:44 AM

    rugby or not 2 rugby is cool!!

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  3. i think that the no question poster is the best one :)

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  4. Anonymous8:16 PM

    I DuZ AgReE WiV RoSiE oN dAt Da No QuEsTiOn PoStEr Is Da BeSt!! CyAz GeEzAz!!

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