We need three social media image post templates that can be used for Google+ media posts when the content we are linking to doesn't necessarily have an image that can be used. Example would be a product feature update from a support page that is text only or some interesting statistics from a text based report.
We want a way to graphically visualise a social media post, using modern design principles, involving a minimalist design and colorful twist that is TRUE to our BRAND. Characterised by strategic use of whitespace, crisp and clean fonts and a focus on geometric shapes and textures to form some of the background or iconic elements of the design.
Date and Type of post - Image post template must include a space where we can put the date and type of the post, example would be "March 14 - Update" or "Jan 14 - New Product" etc.
Product Icon/Logo - Image post template must include a space where we can highlight the product icon/or company logo so that the reader can visually identify what the post is about.
Title Text - image post template must include space for title text
Main Image/interesting fact text - image post template must include space for an image that could include a screenshot from a smartphone or desktop PC illustrating a new app or feature update, a new physical product or an interesting statistic in text format.
Dimensions - image dimensions should be 497x844 for images that incorporate a smartphone screenshot post, 497x497 for desktop screenshots and 497x311 for interesting statistic text.
Color Pallet - image should follow the design rules from the Google Material Design (http://www.google.co.uk/design/spec…color.html)
Typography - image should follow the design rules from the Google Material Design (http://www.google.co.uk/design/spec…raphy.html)
Icons/Logo - image should follow the design rules from the Google Material Design (http://www.google.co.uk/design/spec…icons.html)
Distribution - images should be distributed in Adobe Illustrator PSD format with PNG for image previews. Each image post type should have three colour scheme examples for a total of 9 templates example would be a Blue a Green and a Yellow depending on the topic chosen, this is so that we can understand how the template can be used in different circumstances.