What is the #PCMChallenge?
The #PCMChallenge is a weekly creative exercise designed to challenge the Pro Church Media Community to stay creative. We believe that what makes a great designer is practice, practice, PRACTICE! By joining the #PCMChallenge, you are joining dozens of other creatives who are committed to honing their craft in a safe space where there are no deadlines, decision makers or critiques. You can get as creative with the challenge as you want!
We want to encourage you, our community, to try new styles, test new programs or apps (you don’t have to use Photoshop!) and stretch your creative muscles ???– so do something new!
How to participate:
Create ANY design based on the theme and submit it to Pro Church Media either in our Facebook Group and/or on social media.
- Share your design in the Pro Church Media Community Group to share with our community.
- Tag us on social media #PCMChallenge + #prochurchmedia to have a chance at getting featured.
Don’t know where to start? Download the FREE mood board created by our design team that will give you a suggested color palette, font style and design assets in an editable PSD.
Download this week’s mood board…
Creator of this week’s theme
My name is Zeke Tucker. I’m a 32 year old graphic designer from Tennessee and I have been designing for 13 years. I love my wife, Disney, all things vintage, my nintendo switch and all houseplants. I normally have 2 goals when making graphics: 1. to make things that Jesus likes and that shares His love to those that see it and 2. to make things that I like. When I can achieve both at the same time, I feel like I’m succeeding.
What is a mood board? A mood board is what designers use to give them inspiration and guidance before getting started on their actual design. It can include suggested colors, fonts, photos and design elements that pair well together. We include a mood board in every challenge to give a helpful starting point or extra challenge to our community.
Do you have to use this week’s mood board or color palette? Nope! You DO NOT have to use the mood board or the color palette in your own design. All you need to use is the theme in your design in some way. Get creative as you want!
How do I get featured? Be sure to use the hashtag #PCMChallenge when you post your design. We check that daily to find posts to feature on Pro Church Media!
Ready to go to the next level?
At Pro Church Media University we teach essential skills for churches and creatives to develop strong communication and outreach for their church through design, animation and effective communication. We are coming out with new courses all the time, so be sure to take a look and find ways to keep pushing you and your creative team’s skills to the next level!