RAW format poster

Last week after the class pitched their posters to everyone we decided to stick with the design Matt uses for CU Photography events. It maintains consistency and is professional. He send Mariya the files which she then passed on to myself and I passed on to Jenni.

This was the poster he sent.

We needed an Image for the top box, and also needed everyones symposium titles to arrange a put on the poster. This didn’t happen online, we had little response. So in class today we made a decision not to leave until an image had been chosen and everyones titles had been submitted. This is what I did with the poster. Using Genea Bailey’s image that the class chose I tried to creating a brand using the logo and colours we already had. It was hard to get so much information onto one page so hopefully the font won’t be too small in print. This is only a draft copy, we are still waiting on approval and official times for the talks. Jenni Hearn is responsable for doing the scheduling, using everyones titles she creating links between them all and formed a structure for the day’s events.

 

#rawfmt Logo Done

The first thing the group wanted to get done is a logo for our Exit show & Symposium, now we have chosen our name it’s an important part to brand ourselves.

Myself an Jenni came up with a few designs in class, and this one seemed most popular, so I changed the colours around and held a vote on facebook.

The winner is Number 6, we now have an official logo and colour scheme that we can start using to establish our brand.

 

PHOTOSENSE day 2

Another day of trying to establish PHOTOSENSE as it’s own brand and we have all written at least one post on each of the senses we are exploring, sight, sound and touch. We have already gained one wordpress follower too, and our twitter is ever growing. We are going to treat the blog as a hub for all the information we gather, a collective research blog which will later be edited down and re-presented as a radio show/ a series of shows. Have a look at the new blog posts from today which explore a wide variety of topics.

Another feature we added was the category selection at the top, allowing readers to choose their area of interest.