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E R U T C E L S E T O N 3 0 . M SE Ariann

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RMIT

STUDIOS

TECHIE

Jo Waite

Studio Binocular

Bill Atta

Russell Ke rr The Nervous System Courtnay Graham

Beyond The Pixels Blue Boat Studios

The Honours Lauren Wiffen Michael Wright

Rochelle Martyn


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We where on time, but at the end the classroom was double booked and we had to change to building 56. It took some time before everything could start again. Jo imformed us a little bit about our studio visits which will take place through out the whole semester. Where she will hang up slips in building 9 and we’ll be able to sign off at one of the studios. Those who where clever could be lucky to snap twoWEEK studioONE visits.

nr. 1 There was some small 16.07.2012 feedback about our folios, we got handed some green slips with some help and Jo guides Waite for our up and coming folio due wich is at the end of the year. Your folio should be light, don’t make your folio heavy. Have it easy to be read and easy to bring. With a light folio you’ll feel much better and won’t do anything to tangle the nerves more. Photography has a lot to say, a good photography of your products might bring the whole project up a few notches. Paperstock is just as important as when you make your folios. Try something heavier than your normal paperstock. Cause there will be pictures on almost each side and you don’t want them to shine through the other side. Please don’t pack your folios with ribbons and ties. Yes, it does look nice but it takes up to much time. People who look at your work might go pass your work cause of the ribbons. They have short time and you have just a few seconds to get their attention. A folio should always be in a comfortable size to make your work shine. So please don’t make it to small. Small as A5 could be a leave behind. Was happy to snag a studio visit to Fabio Ongarato. We got a quick visit, cause of a time mixture so was supposed to be resceduled, but it was cancelled in total cause of too much work. We twelve where able to have a studio visit to ERD instead.


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We where on time, but at the end the classroom was double booked and we had to change to building 56. It took some time before everything could start again. Jo imformed us a little bit about our studio visits which will take place through out the whole semester. Where she will hang up slips in building 9 and we’ll be able to sign off at one of the studios. Those who where clever could be lucky to snap two studio visits. There was some small feedback about our folios, we got handed some green slips with some help and guides for our up and coming folio due wich is at the end of the year. Your folio should be light, don’t make your folio heavy. Have it easy to be read and easy to bring. With a light folio you’ll feel much better and won’t do anything to tangle the nerves more. Photography has a lot to say, a good photography of your products might bring the whole project up a few notches. Paperstock is just as important as when you make your folios. Try something heavier than your normal paperstock. Cause there will be pictures on almost each side and you don’t want them to shine through the other side. Please don’t pack your folios with ribbons and ties. Yes, it does look nice but it takes up to much time. People who look at your work might go pass your work cause of the ribbons. They have short time and you have just a few seconds to get their attention. A folio should always be in a comfortable size to make your work shine. So please don’t make it to small. Small as A5 could be a leave behind. Was happy to snag a studio visit to Fabio Ongarato. We got a quick visit, cause of a time mixture so was supposed to be resceduled, but it was cancelled in total cause of too much work. We twelve where able to have a studio visit to ERD instead.

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