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Queen’s Park Re-Branding Project
By: Philip. Fernandez
This report identifies and evaluates feasible solutions to save time and money. It covers the font, colour and size solutions. It also gives a brief description of the project and some background information of Queens Park Pizzeria. Finally it results in the most feasible solution so that the project can begin its designing stage.
Table of Contents
1.0 Project Description This project is a brochure that will promote Queens Park pizzeria and encourage customers to visit. It will aim at displaying all the products that you can order in a unique fashion that will make it less frustrating for customers to follow. 2.0 Background information Queens Park Pizzeria was established in 1989 at Queens Park, and became a franchise called QP in 1994. The Queens Park QP is owned in a partnership by two people called Dave and Simon. They have owned the business now for 10 months and are looking to modify the look of the original Queens Park Pizzeria. Some of the designs for Queens Park pizzeria have to be kept because it has been a franchise since 1994 and it will be breaching agreements if fonts are changed. 3.0 Possible Solutions Below are some possible solutions for size, fonts and colour schemes. 3.1 Size Solution The Brochure has been created in two sizes, the plain A4 paper folded in three or the slightly thinner in width A4 paper folded in three.
3.2 Colour Solution There are a variety of choices when it comes to colour, although the choices that have been made are either the colour schemes blue or red. Then there is the choice whether it will have a lot of contrast or no contrast. 3.3 Font Solution It was slightly harder to find a solution for font because the font family couldn’t be changed so instead it will be converted to 3D font or manipulated shapes.
4.0 Evaluation of Solutions Below are some evaluations of each solutions topic. 4.1 Size Solution The first option of the A4 brochure folded in 3 is most probably the better option because it will fit more and the products won’t have to be bunched up. The thinner A4 paper brochure wouldn’t be the best option because it will cost more to develop and won’t fit as much. 4.2 Colour Solution It doesn’t really matter what colour scheme is chosen because it doesn’t impact any major factors such as time or money. Although it will be better to keep the original red colour scheme so that customers know that it is a QP brochure. 4.3 Font Solution The idea of having a 3D font is very unique, although it will take a bit longer to create, it will still be one of the solutions carried out in the brochure because of the impact it will have. 5.0 Most Feasible Solution
The most feasible solution for each of the categories will be to keep the normal A4 piece of paper folded in 3 to save money when producing. To keep the original red colour scheme so that the customers are familiar with the brochure and to create 3D fonts so that it looks unique.
6.0 Conclusion The projects aim is to achieve a sophisticated and original design that will attract customer’s attention and be less frustrating to follow through. The most feasible option has been chosen to save time and money. 7.0 References
Queens Park Pizza Menu,