I'm writing a book and releasing a series of content products around the topic of "Pixels and Place," exploring the convergence of physical place and placemaking with digital experience and data. It is targeted at a user experience and strategic design audience, but with secondary audiences including marketers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and anyone who designs user and customer experiences as part of their work. It delves into big data, experience design, marketing, analytics, and emerging technologies such as wearable devices and the Internet of Things. It's a tech-heavy book, so it may be OK to visually suggest data and technology in the cover design without being too literal or heavy-handed. (In other words, there's probably no need for the flying 1s and 0s or stylized circuitboards so prevalent in technology-related stock images.)
I'd like to be able to use the design provided here first and foremost for the cover of the book (full wrap-around for a printed cover), but also, with sizing and possibly layout tweaks, for a variety of other uses, like social media posts and images to promote it, so if you can represent how the design you submit would work in those ways that would be helpful.