Say hello to a sketchy-looking poster warning job-seekers about potential threats and fraudulent job postings.
The content for the scam poster was already provided which made it easy to go ahead and start arranging the content. I realized that the tips fell into four broad categories and thought it would me much easier to digest at-a-glance if we put the tips into those groups. So this way, folks who were more concerned about one of those main categories could start by reading those first.
The background was something I wanted to look gritty and rough, so I threw the tolerance of a photo of the bathroom wallpaper way high in Photoshop and it came out looking something like this. This project was also one of my first print jobs where I took a leap of faith on iPhone photography.
|Project Type||Poster Design|
|Output||American Job Centers in Tennessee|
|Requester||Ron Hammontree, Marketing Director|
|Client||Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development|