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Manage Projects  + Manage Design Realisation graphics student received excellently prepared briefings earlier this semester from our Music/Business comrades over in Leederville. A big thanks to Kristy and Scott for their leadership and preparation – It is always fantastic to have student pitch to students and then designers develop for the fastest tempo clients in

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Our recent diploma live brief to re-brand the Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) has raised the issue of students working for ‘free’ during interships or in business learning experiences. Interestingly, this point was raised only hours after the AWIA talked about their new secret strategy for documenting pro-bono work. It is a great plan by Bret

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Shortlisted Central Graphic Design students were treated to some fantastic hospitality at Chevron HQ in Perth last week for final concept presentations and have received a great deal of experience from this industry exposure. Chevron’s committed has been illustrated by their comprehensive feedback to students (invaluable to their development as designers) and their conduct throughout

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Our modern major manage project brief this semester is working with UWA medical students on their flagship event, The Red Party – Raising Money and Awareness for HIV/AIDS. Here are a few snaps from this live brief session. Check back in several weeks for a full run down of the new direction for this worthwhile cause.

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Here are some photos from yesterday’s play date with Chevron. Adv Diploma advertisings student’s were able to get their prototypes in front of Jen O’Reilly from the Kellogg Joint Venture ‘Barrow Island Quarantine team’ and fellow lecturer Peter Lawton. Both were very impressed with the game play, craft of the mockups and excited with the

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Last week, the KO’d Advanced Diploma students received a thorough briefing from Ebony, Evan and the amazingly well spoken and passionate Gorgon Quarantine Manager, Johann van der Merwe from Chevron Australia. The brief invites students to ‘play’, by developing a board game to help educate and protect Barrow Island. And it is all very timely

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Bicycling Western Australia is a community based not for-profit organisation promoting a healthy community through cycling. Our Advanced Diploma students have finished off the term with a comprehensive refreshed marketing and advertising strategy for BWA.

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A six page, comprehensive brief was developed for AREA 57 graduates as their integrated assignment for 2012. Students were required to develop a strategically robust definition of the Foyer Oxford brand and develop a distinctive, credible and appealing brand identity to support Foyer Oxford in achieving its goal.

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Click here to see PDF previews of each Last semester, my diploma web development students took up the challenge of a comprehensive review of the more popular WordPress plugin options and mechanisms to help create the first supa-awesome list of every plugin you would ever have a need for and the corresponding recommendation by my

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The piece of work had to reflect values of tolerance, democracy and development. It could be an artwork, essay, story, digital media, or a project. Coupled with the work, students were required to complete a 200 word description of how their project addresses the competition criteria. Winners were judged on the quality and relevance of

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We found the James Crofts Hope Foundation via GoodCompany and acted quickly to brief this into our Adv Diploma group as their final integrated assignment. The James Crofts Hope Foundation is committed to providing support and assistance to adults and children diagnosed with brain tumours, their carers and family, and also to the advancement of

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Congratulations to all my diploma advertising students who received an amazing brief from Parkerville Children and Youth Care, a non-government, not for profit organisation that has been providing care and protection to children and youth in need since 1903. This ‘real life’ advertising pitch and campaign for Parkerville consistented of a high level briefing session

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Advanced Diploma ‘Just Desserts‘ marketing students enjoyed a review session with Mike Edmonds at Meerkats HQ today. On the table was a bunch of raw gems that Mike expertly picked through and polished. Rocks with the ‘golden thread’ running through. Student’s were encouraged to name these core/raw ideas and justly rewarded for curious and engaging

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With semester one behind us, and some excellent work produced, pinned, printed and packaged, some students went above and beyond the AQTF levels they are studying. On the walls are the Parkerville Youth and Child Care campaigns, post first round client review. Not shot professionally in a fancy studio scenario, lit by expensive soft-light, but on

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My diploma students undertook their first peer-review session and the comments and feedback was extremely positive. Here you can see them in action, assessing the success of a ‘substitution-wit’ advertising exercise for a mock Mppegg Speaker system, developed into a full page Scoop Magazine ad.

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