Design Events, Design Tips, Design Workshops

Design Success

Shoalhaven Design School recently delivered a free 1 hour design workshop for individuals and small businesses who were interested in learning more about design tricks for communication success.

Our 1 Hour Workshop covered two easy to understand and implement design tricks:

  • ‘WIIFM’
  • ‘AIDA’

These two models have been well adopted within the design industry and represent some of the most popular founding principles of modern-day marketing and advertising. It is often said, for example, that if your marketing or advertising is missing just one of the four AIDA steps, it will fail. We also believe that these models can be very useful in every day communications and that’s why we presented them in our recent free workshop.

Prize winners from our June Free Workshop – Ash Hudson, John Lacey, Anne Garkut and Cathy Odri

We are offering a copy of the workshop presentation for anyone to access and adopt the lessons delivered. Why not download your free copy of our Free Workshop Presentation – June 2018?

We are continually striving to help individuals and small businesses understand and embrace design and become successful through the application of good design. Check out our next workshop on:

Demonstrating the Fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator

In this workshop, we will be showcasing tricks and tips in this wonderful vector program. Adobe Illustrator is graphic-driven software used primarily for creating vector graphics. Developed alongside with Adobe Photoshop (as a companion product), Adobe illustrator is used for creating logos, graphics, cartoons, fonts and much more! This industry-standard vector graphics program lets you create simple and complex graphics for any medium.

We hope you can join us. Learn more on our ‘free workshop’ page.

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