LINK TO THE PREZI (bolded, bracketed titles indicate a new slide) Today I will be talking about branding, with a specific focus on the corporate brand, that is, organisations and their use of brand, and how it the internet as a social network changes the way in which they present themselves. So let’s jump straight in shall… Continue reading Branding and Social Media: Are brands your friends?
Being the handy graphic designer I am, I decided to create a ‘logo’ of sorts for my upcoming post about branding and transmedia for BCM112 I wanted the logo to illustrate the different layers of a story through visual suggestion, while also highlighting the main theme of the topic in a simple and effective manner.… Continue reading Abstract Visual Representation of Transmedia
I’ve been asked to design a logo for the new young adults group at my church, titled Catalyst. As a part of my design process I like to gather relevant sources in order to shape an understanding for the future of the design. This competitive set features a number of logos utilising the same word, as… Continue reading Catalyst: Competitive Set
My family flew out from Sydney today to visit Perth as we have family over there. Unfortunately for me, my in flight entertainment system was broken. Fortunately for me, my laptop was with me in my carry on luggage. I spent my flight cropping photographs in preparation for my 21st Birthday Party – They are… Continue reading Adventures in Perth
Critical Incidents When exploring any project, you find yourself at intersections within the creative process. It can be important to step back, recognise and reflect on these moments as it can help with design solutions in the future.
Through reading a variety of material, it seems that the way in which you portray yourself on social media has the biggest impact on your brand. The designed brand collateral, of course help shape this brand, and ideally are being created to reflect the voice of the brand, therefore should co-exist with the way in which the… Continue reading Major Project overview
Exploring appropriation possibilities of this image of Freddie Flintoff – the guy who was quoted for saying “Mind the windows, Tino!”