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Nice. The last page, bright yellow, white text hard to read. May just be my iPad.


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19 minutes ago, Cecil said:

The last page, bright yellow, white text hard to read. May just be my iPad.

I find the same, but I’m also viewing it on an iPad.

The text “Our staff comprises of specialized staff” needs improving. The word “of” doesn’t belong there (because “comprises” means “brings together”) and the repetition of the word “staff” is awkward: it might be better to simply say “Our staff comprises specialists”.


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In my opinion, the structure is interesting but the colors should be improved. I don't think that yellow on yellow is a good choice and I'm watching it on a computer screen. That means it could be worse when printed. Black text on fully colored image is quite aggressive. You could blend the background image and make it semi-transparent.

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I like bright colors, so the yellow looks good to me. I might even include some of the blaze orange from that one page with the orange uniform.

 

I agree that the black text on the "helmet in hand" picture is hard to see. It reminds me of the first brochure I ever made, which had black text over a very busy background--hard to read. I feel like those large bold yellow and white letters ought to have a thicker black outline too, to make them pop a little. (Adding a drop shadow might not fit the tone there.)

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The contrasting colours in the left hand column and adjacent images, make it difficult to decide the text properties that overlaps both areas. Perhaps consider applying a white of dark outline or outer shadow from the fx panel.


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