Graphic Design USA magazine has released its annual “Students to Watch” list, and another pair of Full Sail students have made the cut. Digital Arts and Design grad Kevin Yang and Media Design MFA student Sara Tinnick join 52 other notable design and media students from around the country in the current issue of the magazine. Kevin and Sara were nominated for this recognition by Full Sail faculty.
Demo Reels are a great way to showcase your best work in a short amount of time. Here are some samples from the Digital Arts Degree program that combine Graphic Design, Illustration, Motion Graphics and 3D elements.
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ART DIRECTOR/DIGITAL DESIGN; 5- 7 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Winsper – Greater Boston Area
Winsper is looking for an art director/design with both digital and traditional experience to support a growing boutique agency. We need strong conceptual and executional capabilities across almost nearly every digital, offline and broadcast channels for a multi-billion dollar consumer brand’s national re-branding launch. Candidate must play nice with agency team members and have excellent client communications to sell your ideas. Experience with large agencies, and working on large consumer retail brands is a bonus. Limited local (Boston MA) travel.
Please submit your resume and link to your work product(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About this company
Winsper, a member of Worldwide Partners, Inc., is an independent business and marketing firm based in Boston, MA. As leaders in The Business of Marketing, our best-in-class offerings include: enterprise marketing ROI, innovative strategy, creative strategy, customer engagement, and executive leadership.
Posted by The Creative Group on May 6, 2015 at 6:00 AM
By Media Design Graduate Enid Nolasco
What’s your favorite brand of coffee or hot chocolate? I bet the first thing that popped into your mind was the image of a brand’s name or symbol – a logo. However, when you put your hands around that warm cup, you’re not drinking a logo or a company name. With each sip you’re being an active participant of a larger story – a brand.
What’s a brand anyway? Picture yourself at the local coffee shop taking in all that’s around you. The look of the cup, the music playing through the speakers, and the color of the walls – these are all part of a carefully planned experience. A company’s brand is determined by how the masses perceive its product or service. And this perception can be influenced by stimulants such as colors, ads, events, merchandise, social media, and, of course, logos.
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