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yoni
GOLD Member since Jun 2005

yoni

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Posted:please could someone over 20 fill out my questionare preferably someone who works in an office type place
Questionnaire
about a hospital logo
1.do you want it to be modern?
2.how simple do you want it to be?
3.what sort of colour scheme do you want?
4.are there any shapes or designs you want to incorporate?
5. What sort of style would you like it to be?
6.which of these styles do you prefer? *new style one all neon* *older traditional style one*
7.should it contain text?


questinare about a payslip


Do you want it to update automatically?
Do you want to display youre logo at the top?
Do you want it to mail merge?
Which layout do you prefer? *excel style one* *other style with bold clear sections for each part*
Do you want it to have a header for:
National insurance?
Pension fund?
Tax deducted?
Income tax?
Gross and net pay?
please help smilemeditate smile




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Mynci
BRONZE Member since Apr 2005

Mynci

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Location: wombling free..., United Kingd...

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Posted:OK here goes (i'm 27 and work in an office)

Hospital logo:
1- yes
2-very simple
3- blue / green (no red to angry)
4- a circle
5- smooth curves
6- new style
7- yes but not complex

Payslip

1- yes
2- definately (logo)
3- no
4- bold clear sections
5- header for all mentioned (makes it easy to see net pay and deductions)

Hope this helped any more Q's feel free to PM biggrin


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myco
BRONZE Member since Nov 2004

myco


Location: melbourne, victoria, australia

Total posts: 2084
Posted:i'm over 20, but don't work in an office...


about a hospital logo
1.do you want it to be modern? fresh loking, but not trendy modern
2.how simple do you want it to be? i'd want the name clear, but any symbol could me more detailed
3.what sort of colour scheme do you want? strong colours, just one colour on white, like a deep blue on white
4.are there any shapes or designs you want to incorporate? no preference
5. What sort of style would you like it to be? name and symbol
6.which of these styles do you prefer? *new style one all neon* *older traditional style one* traditional
7.should it contain text? hospital name, perhaps their vision, if it's concise


questinare about a payslip


Do you want it to update automatically? yes
Do you want to display youre logo at the top? yes
Do you want it to mail merge? i don't know what this means
Which layout do you prefer? *excel style one* *other style with bold clear sections for each part* bold clear selections
Do you want it to have a header for:
National insurance? yes
Pension fund? yes
Tax deducted? yes
Income tax? yes
Gross and net pay? yes

Is this what you are after? hope i helped smile


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Hubert_Cumberdale
SILVER Member since Dec 2004

Hubert_Cumberdale

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Location: London, United Kingdom

Total posts: 479
Posted:Questionnaire about a hospital logo

1.do you want it to be modern? Nope
(yes, but not too flashy: it smacks of NHS trust marketing)

2.how simple do you want it to be?
(simple as possible)

3.what sort of colour scheme do you want?
Primary colours, with the trust/hospital name appearing in a more formal monochrome

4.are there any shapes or designs you want to incorporate?
free form shapes, contained by a more formal structure (eg. rectangular border)

5. What sort of style would you like it to be?
I would take the style of a childs drawing, eg. segment of a rainbow, with chalk texture. but contained within a more structured border with trust name appearing outside it

6.which of these styles do you prefer? *new style one all neon* *older traditional style one*
(simple, modern, clean looking, with a tradtional font for hospital trust name)

7.should it contain text?
(As little as possible)



questinare about a payslip

note: I assume you're asking a company representative what they want, rather than recipient of it.

Do you want it to update automatically?
Yes (it's on a computer then is it?)

Do you want to display youre logo at the top?
(yes, but not too obtrusively.. the recipient will know who they are working for anyway)

Do you want it to mail merge?
(Yes, I think all modern payslip systems merge automatically with database profiles now anyway.. don't they?)

Which layout do you prefer? *excel style one* *other style with bold clear sections for each part*
(Not excel.. to many cells staring back at you
Clarity is most important, so nothing more than subheading and an amount... eg.
Gross :
Deductions :
Net

Do you want it to have a header for:
National insurance? yes
Pension fund? yes
Tax deducted? yes
Income tax? yes
Gross and net pay? yes

For clarity: All deductions as subsections in one main section "deductions".. all tally up


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yoni
GOLD Member since Jun 2005

yoni

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Posted:thnx for all the help so far keep 'em coming cos this is my coursework.
i think i have been told to do it in excel but i can probably get round the style thing some how. but luckily the school computers have photoshop elements 2 and i have photoshop 7.0.1 so i'm fine on the logo front.
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blu_valley
SILVER Member since Apr 2005

blu_valley

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Location: Brighton, United Kingdom

Total posts: 197
Posted:22 and work in an office

1.Yes
2.Very simple- its a hospital not a nightclub
3.Cool colours, greens and blues.
4.Not particularly, although they should be basic
5.Smooth and flowing, not hard or rigid
6.Traditional
7.Maybe some, but dont overcomplicate

Payslip:

Yes
Yes
Yes
Bold and clear
Headers for all, it helps to see where it all goes


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Doc Lightning
GOLD Member since May 2001

Doc Lightning

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Location: San Francisco, CA, USA

Total posts: 13920
Posted:27 and a physician:

Questionnaire
about a hospital logo
1.do you want it to be modern? -Yes, implies modern health care

2.how simple do you want it to be? - As simple as possible: make it memorable

3.what sort of colour scheme do you want? -Should to red, blue, white, and green -- all colors associated with medicine

4.are there any shapes or designs you want to incorporate? -- Generally you want some reference to either a symmetric cross or the caduceus

5. What sort of style would you like it to be? Um? umm

6.which of these styles do you prefer? *new style one all neon* *older traditional style one* -- No idea

7.should it contain text? -- Yes, all logos should have the name of the company they're advertising. Few companies (Nike, Target, McDonalds) can get away with logos without text.


questinare about a payslip


Do you want it to update automatically? Of course

Do you want to display youre logo at the top? Yes, it should

Do you want it to mail merge? Yes

Which layout do you prefer? *excel style one* *other style with bold clear sections for each part* It shouldhave bold, clear sections per part

Do you want it to have a header for: There should be a header for each part

please help


-Mike )'(
Certified Mad Doctor and HoP High Priest of Nutella

"A buckuht 'n a hooze!" -Valura

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