Marian Bantjes vs Swiss Style – week 9

The use of the computer combined with different media «When I worked at Digitopolis, I was working almost entirely on the computer, basically the computer and with photography. And now I am using a wide variety of materials, sometimes still involved with a computer and sometimes just with the materials themselves. But having a spaceFortsett å lese «Marian Bantjes vs Swiss Style – week 9»

Late Modernism – Swiss Style- week 9

Research on the Swiss International Style The Swiss style, also called the International style, originates in the 20s in the Netherlands, Russia and Germany. It continued developing through the 30s and 40s, but it blossomed thoroughly in the 1950s. It aimed to be objective and free, focused on the message. The style uses photography combinedFortsett å lese «Late Modernism – Swiss Style- week 9»

Lesson Task – Graphic Design History – week 8

The Bauhaus In 1919 the architect Walter Gropius founded The Bauhaus in the city of Weimar. Its core objective was to reimagine the material world by combining all the arts. Gropius explained this vision in the Proclamation of the Bauhaus (1919), combining architecture, sculpture, and painting into a single creative expression. Gropius created a craft-basedFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – Graphic Design History – week 8»

Lesson Task – Preparing for Brand Development -week 7

Brief: Write, in detail, the following about your client from the previous lesson task (A Personal Survey): Attributes Vision and mission – Making music standing the test of time Key products or services – list these in detail: Singels and albums Key competitors – list three: Competitive advantage: originality Key stakeholders Value proposition Target marketFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – Preparing for Brand Development -week 7»

Lesson Task – A personal survey -week 7

I chose to interview Henning Bergersen for this task. Henning Bergersen is a musician. He has been part of the band Moys for years, as well as making his own music. I asked him, what his artistic goals are, and he told me he wants to make music that stand the test of time, moreFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – A personal survey -week 7»

CA02- Farm Fresh to you

Farm Fresh to You is an American based company that will start selling its product in my area. It wants a new logo and brand design tailored to local needs and the market. Concept and Target The company’s goal:Selling locally produced fruits and vegetables from fields to doorstep.How to achieve this goal:Creating a pleasant design,Fortsett å lese «CA02- Farm Fresh to you»

Lesson task – the Components of Visual Identity – week 6

Getting to grips with the components of visual identity Name the three most important components of visual identity. Logo Colours Typograpy Describe the difference between logotype and signature. The logo is the trademark of the brand, the signature is personal and a name, written as approaval. Using Kuler create a colour scheme (using only threeFortsett å lese «Lesson task – the Components of Visual Identity – week 6»

Lesson Task – A Knack for Names -week 6

Activity: Consider the tips on Inspiration given in your prescribed book and create a name for an ice cream. The ice cream has a range of different flavours, but the unique aspect it should communicate is the fact that it is the coldest ice cream in existence. Now come up with five name options for this product (you shouldFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – A Knack for Names -week 6»

Lesson Task – Acquainting yourself with the work process -Week 5

Consider the different steps in the work process and answer the following questions in writing: Conduct researchExamples: Find similar products, companies and brands. Analyse their strategy. Google is useful for this. Find the target group and analyse it. May also do a questionaire. Find out what your client is looking for. Define the budget. ClarifyFortsett å lese «Lesson Task – Acquainting yourself with the work process -Week 5»

Building a Mobile-Friendly Website – week 4

Brief: Write a detailed brief. (You may use a real client or a fictional one) Use the information from the brief to build a wireframe for the website Choose a WordPress theme for the website Customise the WordPress theme to fulfil the specific needs of the client Make sure that the site works on bothFortsett å lese «Building a Mobile-Friendly Website – week 4»