>>Project/Request Title: Firefox OS Boat decoration for Mexican launch activities >>Project Overview: The Mexican community are renting a boat in the Trajinera Xochimilco in Mexico to promote Firefox OS there. We can decorate the front of the boat (photo attached in bug). They boat will be used to tours of the lake and our community will give Firefox OS demos on it. >>Creative Specs & Deliverables: I'm trying to get all the dimensions for you in terms of creative. So far, what I've learned is: 1.8 m wide for the front panel Sides: 20-30cm high and 8-10m long (I was thinking this could just be blue. Also, trying to find out the format they need for production. >>Launch Date: 2014-02-17 >>Creative Due Date: 2014-02-03 >>Mozilla Goal: Firefox OS >>Points of Contact: email@example.com
This just in - the height of the main panel is 1.3m. Guillermo suggests leaving some margin on all sides as the boats aren't always regular in size.
Fun! The more specific details we can get on sizing, the better. Having a range like "20-30 cm" is kind of confusing. Does the boat company have a die line or something we could work from? That would be ideal.
I get the impression that things are a little more DIY than them having die lines. I've cc'ed Guillermo and Luis who might be able to give us a better idea of how much margin space to leave. Sorry to be so thin on detail.
(In reply to Chelsea Novak [:chelsea] from comment #4) > I get the impression that things are a little more DIY than them having die > lines. I've cc'ed Guillermo and Luis who might be able to give us a better > idea of how much margin space to leave. Sorry to be so thin on detail. Totally understand. I do want to push on getting specifics, though, because although this sounds like an awesome project and I really want to help with it, we don't really have time at the moment to do lengthy explorations into what might work...would much rather come close to nailing it the first time. So, anything we can do to get there would be great.
I asked Odin if he could find something owners of this boat could have to help us
I'm assigning this over to Matt.
Assignee: jbalaco → mternoway
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Hi guys, I realize there are a few more dimensions to be finalized, but seems like the front panel dimensions are final at 1.8m wide x 1.3m ? Can I consider these the dimensions to work with? I figure the majority of the important info would sit on this panel. I've also had a look at the mockup that was provided and noticed the use of flags...wondering it this is something I should account for in my design layout? Thanks! Matt
Hi Matt, consider these dimensions. The flags are optional, many canoes bearing it, but I think it could be those of Mexico. Regards,
Created attachment 8370761 [details] FxOS_boat_concept.jpg Thanks Odin. I've attached a mock-up for the top-front of the boat. I think this is the most prominent and simplest area of the boat to work with, so I figure it makes sense to focus here. Let me know what you think! Thanks, Matt
This is awesome Matt!
Thanks Chelsea. I can post the Illustrator file which contains the assets. I would recommend that we provide the Illustrator vs PDF file since the printer may need to do some adjusting to accommodate the arch which cuts into the rectangular shape. Once we have final word I will post here in the bug. Thanks! Matt
Nice. Sounds like a good plan. I'd like to hear from John and from Odin if this works for both of them as well. Thanks! C
Looks really nice to me, thanks Matt.
It looks excellent Matt, If we're going to need the Illustrator file in case you need to adjust the image. Thanks.
Created attachment 8370986 [details] FxOS_MexicanBoatDecoration.ai Thanks guys! I've attached the Illustrator file which will allow the printer to adjust positioning if need be. Please let me know if you encounter any problems. Matt
Hi Chelsea + Odin, Is there anything else you need for this request? If not, please go ahead and resolve the bug. Thanks!
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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