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Just some detail: 500 BC to 0AD (the other 500 years should come in a second part later this century). Thanks for spreading the word :-)

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break rule of basic composition. so that is bad.

http://vanseodesign.com/web-design/3-design-layouts/

https://es.99designs.com/blog/tips/6-principles-of-visual-hierarchy/

this a rule for basic all kind of advirtising.

 

Z-Pattern

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Z-patterns apply to other sorts of pages, like ads or websites, where information is not necessarily presented in block paragraphs. A reader’s eye first scans across the top of the page, where important information is likely to be found, then shoots down to the opposite corner at a diagonal and does the same thing across the lower part of the page.

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important elements should be placed along the reading gravity path. For example placing logo or headline in the top/left, an image or some important content in the middle, and a call-to-action or contact information in the bottom right.

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as professional I suggest the logo at the end.

 

you can  the logo post 3-4.

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Another way of drawing attention is to give content ample room to breathe. If there is substantial negative space left around a button, or the lines in a text block are widely tracked, these elements will be more readily visible to readers.

other suggestion.

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"Less is more", a phrase from the Robert Browning poem "Andrea del Sarto" also called 'The Faultless Painter'", published in 1855. Less is more (architecture), a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe as a precept for Minimalist design and architecture.

 

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Can be nice have the logo in black and White.

The advantage of both is can be used ni several  materials and all kind printable , specially merchandising.

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Example with other "brands" or trademark

 

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I moved the topic to Help & Feedback. Thank you for promoting 0 A.D. @rugk (y) 

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