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CLIENT - Cutler Salon NYC BRAND - Cutler Own Label BRIEF - Create boutique salon product line which incorporates Cutler signature strips. Extend across multiple sub-brands.


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CLIENT - Unilever BRAND - Vaseline BRIEF -Vaseline further supports its ‘Skin Expert’ credentials with the launch of SKIN INFUSION. With advanced STRATYS 3 technology this product infuses quickly and deeply into the skin layers, giving an ultimate softness and luxurious feel. Explore visual springboards of colour and physical structure which create a metaphor for the deep ‘infusing’ nature of the product. This extends into the sub brand logo and premium pack design.


CLIENT - Presidents Choice CANADA BRAND - Presidents Choice Own Label BRIEF - To create a personal care range under the President’s Choice brand, initially in skin care and hair care, with color cosmetics to follow. Under the general umbrella of ‘Natural’ explore a spectrum of ‘Big Idea’ brand design concepts. Create sub-brand names and structural packaging to support each concept.


CLIENT - Kraft BRAND - Ritz Core NPD BRIEF - Explore Ritz core range and, working within it’s brand equities, distinguish a single, own-able Big Idea which could play out across all products.


CLIENT - Kraft BRAND - Planter Almonds BRIEF - Develop a range extension for Planters which builds on the brand strong equity but brings a premium quality to support the increased nutritional trend of almonds.


CLIENT - Mondalez BRAND - Trident, Dentyne, NPD, Stride BRIEF - Various NPD


CLIENT - Mondalez BRAND - Trident BRIEF - Consumers want wellness, not health, from gum. Under the Trident Umbrella, develop a range of ‘Wellness’ platforms which taps into unmet consumer needs. Create a range of holistic concepts, including relevant naming and new packaging structures.


CLIENT - GSK BRAND - Global Panadol BRIEF - Panadol brand extension from everyday pain, into more specialist area of joint pain management. Capture Panadol’s combination of strength against pain and gentleness on the body. Communicate an empathy to customers needs and create a clear and simple navigational system to find the correct product for you.


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Problem Solving, Critical Thinking & Creativity. The Torrance Test of Creative Thinking is often cited as an example of how children’s divergent thinking diminishes over time. 98% of children in kindergarten are “creative geniuses” – they can think of endless opportunities of how to use a paper clip. This ability is reduced drastically as children go through the formal schooling system and by age 25, only 3% remain creative geniuses. Most of us only come up with one or a handful of uses for a paperclip.


Step 1. Choose a Search Board & find things around you to match

Step 2. Start Creating! Turn the things you collected into pictures. Copy from the Idea Cards or make up your own.


Making connections is an essential life skill for children Making connections and seeing patterns is an important part of being creative. Creative learning helps children learn to make innovative connections which impact brain development.


When kids are encouraged to express themselves and take risks in creating art, they develop a sense of innovation that will be important in their adult lives and studies show that there is a correlation between art and other achievement. Children who participate regularly in the arts are four times more likely

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to be recognized for academic achievement.

Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation of children.


Skills such as emotional intelligence, innovat and the ability to deal with change are going be vital as the world continues to evolve rapi Creativity is the key to all of these. But instead, the government has been putting an increasing emphasis on traditional subjects, promoting STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths), but squeezing out the arts. Every child begins their journey through life with an incredible potential: a creative mindset that approaches the world with curiosity, with questions, and with a desire to learn about the world and themselves through play. However, this mindset is often eroded or even erased by conventional educational practices when young children enter school. How can you not have a creative curriculum in the world we live in?’

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/why-creativity-is-key-ineducating-our-children-for_uk_5a703c88e4b0c06e6d1bcb89


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Simple creative activities are some of the building blocks of child development. Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation of children as they grow up.

Children need to know more about the world than just what they can learn through text and numbers. Art education teaches students how to interpret, criticize, and use visual information, and how to make choices based on it.

When kids are encouraged to express themselves and take risks in creating art, they develop a sense of innovation that will be important in their adult lives.

Search and Scribble nurtures creative thinking in a playful MIX of observation, imagination, composition and illustration. Find, Imagine, Draw. Make endless pictures using the things around you and your imagination.

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