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A tough second semester brief for Adv Dip this year. Brand – but don’t re-brand, add flexibility – but don’t dilute, say ART – but don’t forget DESIGN and MEDIA. Tough gig for any designer, let alone students, however, feel the love in the level 7 boardroom at Central Institute of Technology and count the nerves.

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A fantastic end of term exhibition fundraiser by GREAT SCOTT! last week called WHERE’S MY HOVER BOARD?! was a huge success. Well done team. A busy silent art auction saw some skate decks, tees and sneakers attract a premium price and the night was accompanied by some huge sounds from BASKERVILLES, APOLLO’S SON, MR.MCLEAN, MJB DR.T (Sydney). Shots of the action below:

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Advance Diploma students are refining their logo and direction each week. The selection process isn’t a secret affair, with ideas, options and suggestions spoken openly in Room D212 upstairs of 133 Newcastle Street. Also this week, Alby wins vocational student of the year (Zoe was nominated) and the Travis Walker award returns to Central after

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Central Institute of Technology’s Graphic Design course has seen rapid change, expansion and development over the past ten years. This survey is seeking your valuable feedback on our graphic design course. It is an attempt to bridge the gap between what Central teaches well and how we can prepare our students better. Your experiences in

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With only two days remaining before client presentation and shortlisting, Diploma students have been busy refining and developing their presentation boards after meeting with Clayton and Vivian from PERTH CITY FARM for a one-on-one work in progress session last week. Here is some of the nervous capture as students explain and push their design ideas.

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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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Unfortunately, I was unable to attend this year’s presentations to Leederville students. However, Steve our trusty Graphics Tech set up a video recorder at the rear of the theatrette, as students spilled the beans and documented a stunning array of work, capturing their initial sketches, concepts, amendments and showcasing their suite of collateral customised to each

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Well, I’ve gotta say I was extremely impressed with everyone who presented on Thursday to the Music/Business students from Leederville. The first ‘live’ brief of it’s kind, Adv. Dip Graphic students were teamed up with Music/Business students to supply all their branding, stationery, poster and CD cover art creative needs. Thursday’s presentations focused on the

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