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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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With oversized novelty cheques and a recital of several of the best boyband acapella and pop-love songs (to some catchy dance beats), Chris Anstee from Cornerstone HR (wearing beanie) flew into Perth last week to present Elliot Klass (wearing Cap) and Rachel Tay (with cheque) generous prizes for their work on the re-branded Cornerstone HR corporate identity

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Cornerstone HR is a Melbourne based recruitment firm specialising in temporary labour hire & recruitment solutions across various industry sectors. With success in providing HR Solutions throughout some of Australia’s largest organisations, CHR provides a diversified service offering with an absolute focus on safety. Student, Elliot Klass and the entire diploma web development team helped

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Pictured with Danielle from the RANGERS NETBALL CLUB, and the rest of the web/advertising stream this was a competitive and highly professional process ultimately won by two graduates from the CAT’S PYJAMAS 2010 group. Winners Ryan and Lavinia received great prizes for designing the new Rangers logo and website. Both are now live and looking

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A swift and knowledgeable group of Diploma students are currently redesigning the Rangers Netball Club and developing their corporate identify, web development and pitching skills. Here they blog about their successes.

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Both Diploma and Advance Diploma students have worked hard to propose a new look for the Central TAFE Art Gallery website. Following is a huge list of proposals and links to most of these exciting pitch documentation. UPDATE: The site is now live here with Kiersti Jarvin the winning bid: http://www.gallerycentral.com.au/

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