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Students this week were treated to Dan McKeating, Creative Director at Studio Lost & Found, delivering some inspiration tips for when Advanced Diploma students (Fresh Collective) get out into the real world of graphic designer. Students were thoroughly entertained by photos and stories of when he was a student and inspired by many amazing examples

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Ash and Simon from Rusty Australia recently came in to talk to Adv Dip students about three live briefs which include designs for boardshorts, footwear campaigns, and a window display for their Manly store in Sydney. With these loose briefs, super-tight deadlines and the ‘green-room pipe’ quickly closing out for all three waves, check back

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Doing great things already and only a semester down, this years CROP of advanced diploma graphic design students are preparing a visual feast for their final folio show set for 19 November 2014. Check out their site for a few other side exhibitions planned prior: http://www.freshcollective.com.au

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Central’s Adv Dip graphics student recently had the talented Leandra Fallis deliver an outstanding ad-industry presentation (PDF) . Leandra also shared some golden insight into how to tackle a “REDISCOVER ROTTO” campaign for Perth’s premier holiday destination, Rottnest Island. What would it take to get you back to Rotto? The brief is fairly simple and in true

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Advanced Diploma design students once again developed Red Party promotional materials for UWA students involved with Interhealth, the Western Australian Medical Students’ Society (WAMSS) Global Health Group, which raises funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS. AIDS has claimed the lives of 34 million people worldwide and each day there are new HIV infections. The Red Party engages in the issues surrounding

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Winner of the Travis Walker Memorial Award in 2013, Nat Houston returns to Central Institute of Technology to speak to students about her graduate experiences, both positive and negative and shed some light on how to best prepare the group, individual folio and exhibition. Well prepared, paced and articulated, this is worthwhile viewing (25 minute

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