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This is merely my opinion... take it all with a grain of salt. Realize that I know nothing about your company, it's audience, the target market, the nature of the trade show. What you sell, what you profit from, who your owners are.. etc.... all of this helps target a design. I have merely focused on visual elements in your given image. This is a visual ...


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I would center-align all text content make the logo, main headline and website address 15% smaller, which would leave just about the right amount of whitespace around the edges move the website address up and make it look like a blue rounded corners button on a white background remove yellow and red borders, remove blue background possibly add some more ...


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Claustrophobic text: I think your current issue is that this text is too similar to the text below. It's a tad bigger but otherwise same color, same weight. I would try to increase the differences so the eye doesn't get confused with those two levels. "Empty" space I would try to add some depth and create unity by reusing small elements in the ...


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You should definitely move the name and/or logo to the top. You want to make sure people looking for the booth can find it, and assume someone is going to be standing in front of it. The text is both too small and too wordy. Assuming you mocked it up with roughly the same character counts of course. Once you make these much larger you'll have less space at ...


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I think you've got a good start overall but I feel like you may be hesitant to push the boundaries of the hierarchy you use in your various type sizes (very common if you typically design hand-held documents). I would increase the size of your "Lorem ipsum ilor" in black, maybe play with it more if it's fitting of the brand, so that it will better grab ...


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The text is way too small particularly in the 3-steps section. Increase the font size dramatically and find a way to format these. The contacts section can sit under the 3-steps, but don't push it down too much, try to leave some space at the bottom. Alternatively, move the title above the illustration and center-aligned, then the 3-steps just below the ...


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