Gas station without pumps

2021 December 14

Which cover?

Filed under: Circuits course — gasstationwithoutpumps @ 14:50
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My publisher has sent me 3 mock-ups of the cover for the book.  Which of them do you think will sell best?  (I know which one I like best, I think, but that is less important than how well the book will sell.)  I’ve converted their files to PNG for the blog—the real covers have much better resolution.

Peach-cover

Peach cover

Blue-cover

Blue cover

Brown-cover

Brown cover

2021 Dec 28: We’re going with the blue cover.

9 Comments »

  1. Strong preference for the “Blue cover”. Looks great.

    Comment by RFon — 2021 December 14 @ 16:46 | Reply

  2. Definitely the blue cover!

    Comment by JCollins — 2021 December 14 @ 17:26 | Reply

  3. I think the white cover will sell well because it has all the different parts of the circuit coloured in, which makes it look less intimidating for people who do not know electronics very well.
    [for example people can follow the Vp and the Vout].

    Comment by Adelaide Dupont — 2021 December 15 @ 00:36 | Reply

  4. All of them are pretty good. But the 1st and the 3rd have an ‘old textolyte’ color. I mean brown and biege. Sweet for me.

    Comment by Arseny — 2021 December 15 @ 01:25 | Reply

  5. +1 Peach

    Comment by Dorn Hetzel — 2021 December 15 @ 05:15 | Reply

  6. I like the depth of the brown cover

    Comment by Miguel Aznar — 2021 December 15 @ 09:08 | Reply

  7. I like the Blue, but that doesn’t mean it will sell better.

    Comment by Peeter Joot — 2021 December 16 @ 09:51 | Reply

  8. The blue. Looks cooler. The white is just boring. The brown is nice but I really like the bottom pattern on the blue.

    Comment by gflint — 2021 December 22 @ 16:59 | Reply

  9. We’re going with the blue cover. The generic “tech background” at the bottom (which looks like many tech backgrounds from stock image sites—it may even be part of the Adobe Illustrator library) is appealing enough to people to justify including it.

    Comment by gasstationwithoutpumps — 2021 December 28 @ 23:27 | Reply


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