Ritz laundry service proposal inner page design | Art Director Mike Lytiuga | Montana
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RITZ HOTEL SERVICES SALES PROPOSAL

Sales proposal design for the big laundry & dry cleaning service facility in New Jersey.

CLIENT: RITZ Hotels Services.

CLIENT’S BUSINESS: excellent laundry & dry cleaning services for chain hotels, based in Paterson, NJ, USA.

CLIENT SAYS: “We need a sales proposal with our new logo. Also, we want to be able to change prices in it independently, and sometimes we will print in-house”.

Ritz laundry service proposal paper folder design | Art Director Mike Lytiuga | Montana

The typical business tool. Nothing redundant.

The classic construction of the first page is about the extra-class services and why they are needed, the second one is about the pricing policy. All these pages are stored in the branded folder.

Concise design, confident business-like text, brand color spectrum, and necessary contact data appeare on each page.

By the way: I have developed the RITZ logo design too.

PROPOSAL PRICING PAGES DESIGN

Clean and readable pages, specially designed to keep the visual appeal even when printed by ordinary office inkjet, with ink economy in mind.

The client wanted to change the prices manually, so I crafted one extra file for that. Usually the clients cannot change the previosly designed documents, but in this case the most comfortable tool was an ordinary text editor, so I designed an addtional document in Word. Any manager could replace the data just-from-the-box, without wasting time on learning or buying a new software.

So client got a .pdf file for primary circulation and the .doc file for future price changes.

Ritz laundry service proposal pricing page design | Art Director Mike Lytiuga | Montana
Ritz laundry service proposal pricing page design | Art Director Mike Lytiuga | Montana

PROPOSAL PRICING PAGES DESIGN

Clean and readable pages, specially designed to keep the visual appeal even printed by ordinary office inkjet, with cartridges economy in mind.

The client wanted to change the prices manually, so I crafted one extra file for that. Not so many tools give the ability to change the parts of the previously designed document. In this case, the easiest staff tool was an ordinary text editor, like the Word.

Any manager could replace the data just-from-the-box, without wasting time for learning anything new or buying the new software.

So client got a casual .pdf file for primary circulation and the doc. file for future price changes.

Did you like this proposal design? Do you have any question about your existing proposals or the proposal of your dreams? Have you ever thought that’s time to style your proposal or sales presentations?

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Graphic Designer: Mike Lytiuga