NFL Scores

I'll be honest, I don't know what the official name is for these kind of images. The halftime/final score images that pretty much every sports team that has a social media presence uses. This image can be posted on Twitter and Facebook immediate after game beaks and lets people know what the score is. A social media standard at this point in our generation. A graphic designer that works for a sport team should be able to create these easy. I'm pretty sure most use a template they have created and a lot of them are very simple. My goal is to be fast but also look really good, not like I did it in 15 minutes. I know, it's easy for me to say this as a freelance designer with all the free time in the world, but that's my goal. These two images that I created were mad in around 4 hours. They also have small clipping edits done to them to give depth, really make the foreground pop somewhat from the background. Another popular thing that is used with these are filters. I've seen good, bad, and lazy. I used a few on mine, but I feel they shouldn't dominate the picture. Anyone with a smartphone can throw filters over an image. That feature has really been cheapened over the years. Less is more, and more is lazy.



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