What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
At Grainmaker (restaurant), we’re approaching food in a whole new way. Our open kitchen uses quality ingredients to produce food that is both mindful and flavor forward. We build off of the traditions of Southeast Asian street culture and blend it with a chef-driven, contemporary menu. We’re proud to partner with small, local businesses, and believe that fostering community is the only way to bring about positive change. It starts at the table - InGrain Yourself.
Our target audience is urban millennials in downtown Boston.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We our launching online ordering (through our website http://www.eatgrainmaker.com -->"Order Now") and through our mobile app in iOS and Android.
Customers will be able to order directly through these channels and schedule a time to pick up their order (skipping the line).
We need a promotional flyer that is very easy to tell what it is and contains the following information:
-Core message of "Skip The Line" by ordering via our mobile app or on our website. (You may use a screenshot from our website highlighting the "Order Now" section at the top.
-Communicating how to find us: 1) search "Grainmaker" in the apple or play store or 2) ordering directly on our website by visiting http://www.eatgrainmaker.com. (You may show a small photo of a cell phone if you wish to make it clear).
-Photo(s) of our food.
-Business info in small print:
-Social handle: @eatgrainmaker
-Social icons: facebook, instagram, twitter
-Address: 91 Summer St., Boston, MA 02110
All font should be in the following format:
Main titles: Bernier
headers: Vollkorn or Ropa Sans
body text: Ropa Sans
I am adding a photo of our takeaway menu, so you can see other examples of how we use collateral.
SIZE should be the same as the orange Friday attachment (example)...it is essentially the size of a large postcard and is in landscape format.
Final image will need bleed for printing and cutting.