Graphics Gold Stage Work 2013

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Graphics Gold Stage 2013Once again, this years Graphics students amazed us all with their creative and digital skills. The Graphics students concentrate their efforts on 2 of the 3 projects available for Gold Stage Students, check out their work… it doesn’t disappoint!

A range of phenomenal projects came through from some of our amazing industry supporters for this years Graphics Gold Stage. The projects included:

The Projects:

Project one: You are required to redesign the Nuby packaging range consisting of 3 or more Nuby products.
The existing packaging is inconsistent in design, confusing to consumers and lacks visual presence among its competitors. The new packaging must be Fun, Fresh, Modern, hold a strong shelf presence and be TRUE TO THE BRAND. Create a moodboard which will help to inspire your direction and understanding into this market area. The packaging could be a stand-alone route, designed to be hung from a shelf mechanism, or both. Consistency is key across all packaging routes.

Project Sponsors and Special Thanks to:

Everything designed LCC Northumbria University

 

 

Please take a look at the work our Graphics Nuby team achieved:

Project two: You are required to re-design the ‘This is Creative Enterprise’ programme logo. The existing logo is 3 years old and feel it is time to move forward and bring the existing logo up to date. You are also required to
re-design the existing marketing materials including: newsletters, business cards, press ads etc. All marketing materials will feature the ‘NEW and IMPROVED’ logo and maintain a consistent look and feel across all designs.

Project Sponsors and Special Thanks to:

Please take a look at the work our Branding team achieved:

Project three: You are required to design a product brochure, which will showcase all products Everything Designed offers. The look and feel needs to be contemporary, fun, cool and hip, but cater for a wide target audience ranging from 16 – 60 years old. You will need to consider the size and shape of the brochure, a regular A4 will not be accepted, they need something that catches the eye of potential consumers who really want to pick up the brochure and visit the website.

Project Sponsors and Special Thanks to: