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maybe just get rid of the window completely?? like below... keepin in mind im shite as photoshop... and took 2mins.. and ive also fucked the dark frame thing at the top on the window... of course you could take more time with it :rasp:
Its not a design role as such.. its coming up with design ideas for people, the actual artwork will not by done by me, but another seperate department... hence the attention to detail is not an issue as the posters are just my ideas put briefly in to photoshop.. if that makes sense!!!
They company deals with 2 types of clients, the first just want stuff printing... the 2nd want design and printing.
The job I am going for deals with the initial contact, finding out what the customer needs, making initial basic design ideas and keeping in touch with the client whilst they make any small or big changes. The final mock up (cheers Matt!) is then put forward for final design by qualified designer.. which is then sent to client and on teher approval is used!
im still learning very basics of photoshop TBH!! im not sure how i would sharpen the edges more! the original ford print is here if anyone knows how i can cut it out perfect to put on to a black background let me know!
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Personally, I find that reads much better, and you have correct punctuation (Capital letters and full stops) I believe full stops are an excellent tool to use when attempting to get a specific, simple point across, which of course is what you are trying to do.
I'd also use a different font on the ST poster (I do get mixed up, but you have used a san serif when a serif would have looked better, IT may be the other way round) I'd also use thicker, bolder text.
Harry's font makes more sense, yours look out of place imo, but the one above looks old enough to show that Ford has heritage (along with the quote of course) whilst still looking stylish.
As you wanted honesty, I would say it could be much much better. Aside from the jaggies etc the layout isn't dynamic enough (especially the text) and is too cluttered if you are trying to achieve a minimalist look with the plain black background.