What should the new ChartGuide poster look like?

A new poster, help me choose the design

Yes, the new version of the Chart.Guide poster is almost ready. Currently we are working on the last details. Here you can already see a sneak preview. One of the big choices that have to be made, is about the overall poster design. And for that we need your help.

You can see three different poster designs below. You can click on the images to see a bigger version of the design, or watch the slider further below. 

Poster A
Poster B
Poster C


We want to know what poster design do you like best. Leave a comment below about what poster design you like best. 

Soon, the new poster will be available in print and as a free downloadable PDF. Do you want to be one of the first to use the new poster, please register or follow us on social media for updates. 


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  1. I prefer B, partly because I like the steps 1 and 2 outside the banner, but mostly because I find “do’s and don’ts” to be more prescriptive than the generic “let your data speak”. And BTW, you have the apostrophe in the wrong place: dont’s rather than don’ts.

    • Okay, I missed the do’s and dont’s [sic] in A and C. But I still prefer B as the left and right sides are more parallel: step, description, rather than having the additional slogan on the right side that applies to only some of the do’s.

  2. C

    I like the colored areas in addition to the colored charts. And while I agree that “Do’s and Dont’s” is more descriptive, I like the design of C better with regards to the titles and circular categories. B looks a tiny bit crowded in that area. I also prefer the footer as seen in A and C, compared to B. 🙂 Overall – awesome poster. I really love it.

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