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There should be no spaces in the domain name “CraftsburyFarmersMarket.com”. When not used as part of the domain name, “Farmers’ Market” should have an apostrophe; I’m not convinced that it needs the black outline.


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Honestly, I think it is a good design, love the graphic, the only niggle for me is the angled text at the top and the web address having uppercase letters. The only other thing would be to add a QRcode so modern farmer types can scan that and go to the website on their farmobiles.

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I see this at the top of the website’s home page:

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For consistent branding, it would be better to have the same font (Aclonica, for those wondering) on the poster.


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I agree with firstdefence and Alfred.

The original graphic is nice, the angled text not so much. And using the same font would be nice. 


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The picture shows, that the background has been erased / cut out (a lighter line is visible on the edge). I recommend deleting it properly, or try Outline (center or inside align).


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For me the full green background is overpowering and the fonts don't seem to work. My suggestions is a white background with sharp fonts, fully remove the background of the second photo. For inspiration you should check graphicriver.

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1 hour ago, firstdefence said:

the web address having uppercase letters.

I like cased web addresses. What's easier to read, craftsburyfarmersmarket.com or CraftsburyFarmersMarket.com? It's much easier to pick out the words that comprise the URL i the later example. 

 


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I think your poster looks nice. I like the original graphic better than images. I thing it gives a 'farmers' market' feel to the poster.

I don't like the word 'Craftsbury' being included in the graphic, and in a different font than the remainder of the name. 


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15 hours ago, casterle said:

I think your poster looks nice. I like the original graphic better than images. I thing it gives a 'farmers' market' feel to the poster.

I don't like the word 'Craftsbury' being included in the graphic, and in a different font than the remainder of the name. 

I concur with @casterle. We must think on the same wavelength.

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I like the graphic but I think if you want to include the word "Craftsbury" in it (which I see nothing wrong with doing) I think it should stand out a bit more, like with thicker outline strokes and/or a bolder line weight. The 'celebrating' text looks a bit out of place tucked into the corner & maybe a little too small for its celebratory theme. If the poster is large enough & 18 years of longevity is important, it might be better to place it elsewhere & devote more space to it.


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