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BA (Hons.) GRAPHIC DESIGN Module Code

OUGD30

Module Title

LEVEL

Semester Doc. Code

06

OUGD30

Brief/Session/Document Title Brief THE NAME OF THE STORE IS PURELY COINCIDENTAL AND HAS TO RELATION TO THE EXISTING CARGO STORES. THIS IS A PROPOSED FICTION BRIEF Cargo, a well established home and garden furnishing store has requested your help to build a fresh new image for the launch of their upcoming summer catalogue. The store is looking to target a slightly younger audience than what it currently achieves. The approach is for is something fun and bright using character design as one of its main drives. The brief itself is widely open to your own interpretation, Cargo are requiring a bold new statement to draw people in. Background / Considerations Mainly targeting a younger, possible student market who exist in the City, roughly 18-30. Current Existing brands within the area. How to incorporate the use of character design element within household furnishing. Mandatory Requirements High impact display for front of store. To be used in the larger flagship stores. Series of character designs Logo Catalogue Cover Carrier Bags Signage for use on racking Promotion T-Shirt for staff Name Badge Carrier Studio Deadline

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BA (Hons.) GRAPHIC DESIGN Module Code

OUGD30

Module Title

LEVEL

06

Semester Doc. Code

OUGD30

Brief/Session/Document Title Brief DMAX channel are looking to freshen up their current image. The Cheswick based channel has requested your help to create a series of new video intros to run between the current shows. A modernisation is needed to bring the channel back up to scratch and re-appeal it’s style to its current youthful audience.

Background / Considerations Who watches the channel? What are the current aired shows? What are the existing intro/what do they look like Is there a community base? Could I gain contact with them for inspiration/focus? Intros vary for different time schedule?

Mandatory Requirements Logo Series of at least 5 Introductions Promotional Work showing the re-brand through: Poster Work Flyers Mail Outs Signage Studio Deadline

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BA (Hons.) GRAPHIC DESIGN Module Code

OUGD30

Module Title

LEVEL

06

Semester Doc. Code

OUGD30

Brief/Session/Document Title Brief You have been asked to produce the next album artwork for the new upcoming band, “Heart of a Coward�. The work created will be used across a variety of mediums ranging from the album covers and special edition sleeves to merchandise and web. Background / Considerations Genre Metal Members Jamie Graham (Vocals) Carl Ayers (Guitars) Vishal "V" Khetia (Bass) Christopher "Noddy" Mansbridge (Drums) Hometown Milton Keynes Record label Unsigned Biography Fuelled by passion and a jaw dropping live experience Heart Of A Coward force open the boundaries and push the modern era of hardcore and metal to a refreshing climax resulting in what can only be described as a unique and excting raw power. Current Location Milton Keynes General manager Carl Sewell - carl.sewell@thelegacyagency.co.uk Website http://www.myspace.com/heartofacoward http://www.facebook.com/heartofacoward http://www.twitter.com/heartofacoward http://www.youtube.com/user/Heartofacowa... Press contact The Legacy Agency - carl.sewell@thelegacyagency.co.uk Booking agent Beckie Sugden - beckiesugden@theagencygroup.com Deliverables


Mandatory Requirements Album Cover Special Edition Art Sleeve Biography and lyric insert for SE album T-Shirt Hoodie Stickers Badges Tunnels – Jewellery

Studio Deadline

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The Feel Good Drinks Company  Get fruity, make people smile and kick start your career      Howdy    If you’re looking for an easy peasy pull‐things‐together‐the‐night‐before type brief, then move along  now. If however, you’re up for having some fun and producing creative work that’s so good your  granny will weep, then this is for you. Why all the effort? Well apart from the chance of getting a  commendation for your work, why not have a look back through our previous national campaigns?  You’ll see that if a student’s idea knocks our socks off, we’ll go ahead and work with them to make it  happen. Yep, we’re talking actual, nationwide campaigns. We should probably point out, we’re a  small company and don’t have bags of spare cash, so if your work gets picked you won’t end up with  your own private yacht. But you would end up with a stand‐out CV and something interesting to  tweet about for a change. And if you think we’re telling porkies? – just ask Debbie Hulme, a previous  YCN entrant who saw her Feel Good Drinks idea on E4.  Background    In 2002 three guys who worked together at Coke decided to leave the rat race and form their own  soft drinks company. They wanted to make healthy drinks that actually tasted good, create a brand  that people liked and a business that made coming to work fun, even on Mondays.    Feel Good Drinks make 3 different ranges of delicious drinks in lots of fruity flavours including:  Orange + Mango, Apple + Blueberry and Cranberry + Lime – we like to leave the boring flavours to  everyone else. Every Feel Good Drink is packed full of 100% natural ingredients and absolutely no  nasty stuff like artificial chemicals or spoonfuls of added sugar. (We wouldn’t want to drink that  stuff, so we don’t expect you to either.)    The company now sells one Feel Good Drink every 2 seconds, but we’d like to sell more, and that’s  where you come in.  The challenge    One word. Awareness.    We know that when someone tries one of our drinks, they’ll give it a big thumbs up. The trouble is,  not enough people know who we are. So we’re looking for creative ideas that will dramatically raise  awareness of our drinks, and just how darn tasty they are. We need you to think big ‐ we want to see  ideas that stop people in their tracks and make them feel instantaneously good, so good that they  will grin from ear to ear. Below are two briefs. Let your creative taste buds be tickled and take your  pick (of course if you’re feeling very industrious, we won’t stop you doing both...)  Brief 1    Make us famous.    Create a campaign that communicates 3 simple things: our brand name, what our drinks look like  and that our drinks are choc‐full of natural, tasty, fruitiness. And do all this in a way that is unique,  memorable and makes people laugh.  Brief 2    Fruit not sugar.   


We asked some people if they like their soft drinks to have lots of added sugar in them and they said  no. No surprises there, then. Of course, we don’t add any sugar to our drinks – nada de nada, niente  di niente, absolutely zilch.    You might be surprised to hear though, that some of our competitors do add sugar to their ‘healthy’  drinks ‐ and lots of it too. The ASA has banned both Vitamin Water and This Water from using  misleading ads, which was in part due to the amount of sugar they heap in their drinks. They found  that one bottle of This Water could contain up to 42g, that’s 8.5 teaspoons. A bottle of Vitamin  Water was found to contain 23g, so just the 5 teaspoons then.     We know you can make great tasting natural juice drinks without adding sugar – we do it everyday.  We think that when someone chooses a healthy drink they don’t want or expect it to have heaps of  sugar in it. We want you to come up with an idea that tells people the facts, so they can make an  informed choice next time they’re at the chiller. Can you communicate this in a fun and feel good  way?  Creative Requirements    Often the best ideas have the potential to work across all manner of channels. Do consider all types  of new and traditional media, including on‐pack and even point of sale if you want to. You may also  have noticed that we’re big fans of digital, spending time with our Facebook and Twitter families and  spreading our message virally. The idea is to spread the word, so talking to consumers directly can’t  be a bad idea. Feel free to incorporate the Feel Good Drinks logo and images of our bottles into your  work where appropriate. For this work, we’d like you to focus on our small bottle still and sparkling  juice drinks. Images of these can be found in the brief’s project pack.  Target Audience    16‐34 year old adults who are happy to pay a little bit more for a healthy, tasty soft drink that isn’t  full of junk. They are an up‐beat, look‐on‐the‐brightside, sociable bunch, who like to work hard but  always find time for some feel good fun and games.    Tone of voice    PMA people ‐ you can’t call yourself Feel Good Drinks and be miserable! The message should always  be friendly, fun, and just a little bit cheeky. Please don’t get all serious on us now. It’s about talking  to people on their level, making a connection and making them smile.  Additional Information    No cutting corners! Read all about us at our site and stay up to date with what we’re doing by  becoming a Facebook fan or a Twitter follower.    And remember, Drink Good...Feel Good!  Deliverables, Artwork and Additional Information    For guidance on how to submit your work please adhere to the main deliverables information in the  Student Awards section of the YCN website. Any additional supporting information referenced in the  brief can be found in the supporting project pack. 

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