Images that represent FLVS are meant to tell stories about our students and customers. Photos and video should feel authentic, relevant, and help differentiate from competitors.
Our images should stand out as thoughtful and creative, with unique and intriguing environments, subject relationships, and learning accessories that reflect the real lives of our students, families, and teachers.
Illustrations are integral to the FLVS brand. They convey a fun and relevant tone, and add visual interest to layouts.
When grouping related illustrations in a single place, such as icons in an infographic or webpage, the style should be consistent and ideally, colored with the FLVS palette. Line and flat illustrations are preferred. Avoid using outdated or irrelevant clip art.
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To ensure consistency across the organization and maintain the integrity of the FLVS brand, it is important to adhere to the guidelines outlined below when submitting requests or orders for promo items, tents, tablecloths, or shirts.
Tents are generally used in an outdoor setup, and should be white with brand blue or black logo and URL.
Tableclothes should be printed to color-match in brand blue, with a white logo. They should always be clean and wrinkle-free.
Branded banners (hanging or standing) are useful in any instance.
Shirts for professional representation (conference and event attendance) should be white, black, or any shade of gray, with the logo in brand blue or white.
When attending field trips or meet ups, take a variety of individual and group photos, both vertical and horizontal. Hugs, high fives, and happy conversations make for fun candid photos showing the connections our teachers build with students. Images of club events, performances, and activities are also helpful. Shoot close-ups of unique student projects.
Take photos that include a variety of angles, both vertical and horizontal. Shoot close enough to capture facial expressions. Fun and upbeat photo ops are encouraged, such as arms outstretched, thumbs up, waving, or selfies. Try to exclude other tables or booths and keep the focus on FLVS.
For broad shots of community events, include FLVS booth as focal point if possible. Capture photos of people participating in activities (coloring pages, selfie sticks and frames). For crowd shots, try to take from a distance so focus is not on any one attendee (for example, guests at table from behind).
Request permission to share on FLVS social media if focus of photo is a specific student or parent. Current FLVS families can fill out a media release form online. Photos can be taken at an angle so faces aren't clear, or tap phone for shorter depth of focus (close-up images with blurry background).
Shoot creative close-ups of promo items on the table, held in hand, or from a low angle. Photos of signage or empty booths are not typically shared on social media, but can still be helpful to provide.
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