Wednesday, June 1, 2011

editable forms project

I was approached by a new client who wanted to produce a package of resources he could sell to a third party to start a home and office cleaning business. The resources included forms for creating the business, finding customers, bidding on jobs, and running the business.

He had worked with one or two other designers on some of the forms, but they didn't want to tackle the pieces that needed to be customizable by the end user. That's where I stepped in. My solution was to create editable pdfs. The end user can open these pdfs in Adobe Reader and alter the copy in certain areas to reflect, for example, their company name and contact information. After customizing the editable forms, they can be printed on a home printer or taken to a copy store to be reproduced.

[pdf; finished size 8 1/2" x 11"]
[pdf; finished size 8 1/2" x 11" letterhead, #10 envelope, 2" x 3 1/2" business card]

The final product is a resource CD containing the editable forms I created, other non-editable forms from the previous designers, and a pdf index of everything on the CD. I created the index so that when the end user clicks on the name of the file in the index, that file is opened in Reader.
[pdf; finished size 8 1/2" x 11"]

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