We actually want the attached redesigned with minimal input from us. We host trivia events and hand these sheets out to teams, along with little tablets of 25 sheets where the team has to write their team name, their answer, and their wager.
Problems we have now:
1. The user doesn't understand they have to wager, and that they have to use each wager number amount once per round.
2. The user doesn't understand that there will be 5 different categories given per round, and there are 4 rounds. People tend to write the categories we give them on the top of the box for the Round
We're not married to colors, layout, fonts, or anything. Actually the sheet prints more toward purple than the blue that we intended, so please pull colors from the logo you use and use your design sense. We tend to gravitate toward Arial and Arial Narrow, but also not married to that. The website uses Gotham, Gotham Book. Please keep ADA Accessibility in mind (visually impaired, color blind) as well as the fact that some bars are darker than others, so visibility and clarity are important but we're not required to follow ADA legally.
Description of files:
- "Trivia Sheet - Blue - Full - Front.ai/.pdf" - Front of the existing tracking sheet for your reference
- "Trivia Sheet - Blue - Full - Back.ai/.pdf" - Back of the existing tracking sheet for your reference
- AnswerSheet-Single-2018.pdf - existing answer sheet design, a table of which are handed to each team at the start of the game. You do not need to do anything with design here.
- what_trivia_logo_blue_cmyk.eps - Logo for placement
- what_trivia_logo_blue_rgb.png - Logo for placement in RGB
- FilledOutCorrectly.jpg - A picture of a team's tracking sheet who used it correctly to show what marks they make and what they keep track of
- FilledOutIncorrectly.jpg - Similar to the Correctly one, but you can see how they crammed the categories to the side. Not wrong, just looks like they didn't understand the boxes were lines for their categories