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This portfolio contains a selection of my most recent work, which can also be accessed online at be.net/shantomo Š 2012 Shanti Hadioetomo


Hello, I’m Shanti. graphic designer ¦ project manager ¦ digital marketing communicator I am a team player who leverages different perspectives and produces innovative solutions using a combination of communications know-how and project management expertise with an emphasis on professionalism, accountability and commitment to community service. graphic designer I am primarily a print designer who also dabbles in web. project manager Creative projects and events are my forté. digital marketing communicator My design aptitude is complimented by a strong interest in digital marketing and social media. Connect with me on twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram or Pinterest.


branding sustainAB!LITY festival International Students Group Akili Education


sustainAB!LITY festival was the first annual student-run and sustainability-driven trade show that took place at Simon Fraser University Burnaby Campus and was organized by Sustainable SFU, SFPIRG Climate Change Action Group and Resource Environmental Management Student Union. Aiming to raise awareness on sustainability issues within the SFU community, the festival was also created as a platform for junior and senior undergraduate students to work together in applying current skills and gaining new skills. As a student-run event, the visual identity needed a more serious and professional without loosing the warmth and friendliness. Conveying the positive message that the people are the part of the solution was achieved through a play on typography on the identity and used in combination with a vibrant colour palette. The print marketing collaterals were printed on FSC certified and recycled stock.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Sustainable SFU

Non-profit Event branding Sustainability

Identity Website Letterhead Bookmarks Event poster Pledge postcard T-shirts Table banner Floor decal Sponsorship prospectus

Festival branding Print design Web design Print production Sponsorship Event promotion

July 2007


International Students’ Group (ISG) is a constituency group of Simon Fraser Student Society and a student-run organization that represents the international student body at Simon Fraser University and advocates for international students’ rights. The logo mark is intended to appeal to the university crowd coming from different background. Inspired by the Olympic colours, the five colours of the fingers reflect the diversity of ISG membership. The palm print calls ISG members to have a hand in the organization to make the organization work for them. With a new identity, a brochure and informational banner was needed to reach out to current and incoming international student every semester. The training manuals were created to help new active members and volunteers to understand ISG history and manage the organization.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

SFSS ISG

Non-profit

Identity Brochures Volunteer handbooks

Strategy Identity Print design Print production

December 2006


Akili Education Centre is the first and only International Baccalaureate (IB) tutoring centre in Vancouver. Founded specifically to help students enrolled in IB programs, Akili tutors are Graduates of United World College and have undergone a full-blown IB program. UWC is the only global educational movement with 11 schools offering two-year IB diploma that brings students together from all over the world—selected on personal merit, irrespective of race, religion, politics and the ability to pay—with the explicit aim of fostering peace and international understanding. Speaking to the parents with children in the IB program, the brand identity speaks of providing the missing piece with constrained colour palette. The brochure provides an overview of the company and its services.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Akili Education Centre

Private Education

Brochure

Strategy Identity Print design Print production

November 2006


print design People Focus Conference » direct mail Central 1 Member Referral Program » Enterprise magazine advertisement Central 1 Marketing & Research » Market Smarts newsletter (online/print) Visions Magazine » editorial design & layout UBC Press » book cover design


After a two year hiatus, PeopleFocus conference is back with renewed vigor and a fresh new look. As the only human resources conference for credit union professionals in Canada, attendees will learn about issues relevant to their business and have ample opportunity to network with their peers. To get the word out to the Credit Union executives and membership, a post card size direct mail was created and distributed through the inter-office mailing system. Serving as a reminder and event advertising, a poster was also designed and printed in-house.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Central 1 CU

Not for profit Finance

Event poster Direct mailer

Print design

June 2007


The Member Referral Program is designed to retain members within the credit union system when they move outside of their original credit union’s trade area. The primary objective is to transfer the member’s finances to a new credit union in a seamless fashion, ensuring that members are not lost to another financial institution (i.e. a bank) during the relocation process. Aimed at Enterprise readers, the advertisement serves as a reminder of Central’s services in helping their membership to develop retention programs for their own credit union. Entrprise magazine is Central’s celebrated trade publication is aimed at Credit Union executive managements and employees alike.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Central 1 CU

Not for profit Finance

1/2 page advertisement in Enterprise magazine

Print design Image sourcing

July 2007


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Produced four times a year by Research Department of Central 1 Credit Union, MarketSmarts focus on marketing and research issues and trends that are relevant to today’s credit union.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Central 1 CU

Not for profit Finance

Newsletter

Typesetting Print design

August 2007


Published quarterly, Visions is a nationally award-winning journal which provides a forum for the voices of people living with a mental illness or substance use problem, their family and friends, and service providers in BC. The journal is written by and for people who have used mental health or addictions services, service providers, family and friends, community advocates, leaders and decision-makers.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

CMHA BC Division

Non-profit Mental Health

Journal

Editorial Assistant Print design Contributor Distribution

September 2006– April 2007


In the early nineteenth century, governments began to develop specialized educational programs — kindergartens and infant or nursery schools — to give children a head start in life. These programs hinged on new visions of childhood that originated in England and Europe, but what happened when they were transported to the colonies? This book unwinds the tangled threads of this history, revealing how these three similar but distinct colonies developed early education systems that maintained the integrity of the ideas that inspired them but adapted them to suit local ideas, politics, and indigenous and immigrant populations. This unique account of early childhood education in comparative perspective shows how discourses and developments in the past have shaped the way we educate our children in the present. It will appeal to teachers, researchers, historians, and policy-makers who seek fresh insight into how to reconcile educational theory and practice in an increasingly global world. Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

StepUp Communications UBC Press

Graphic design Publishing

Book cover

Print design

2009


project management Vancouver Olympics & Paralympics 2010 » event signage Routes 2010 » trade show/exhibition signage RIMS 2011 » trade show/exhibition signage Shaughnessy on Lion’s Park » real estate presentation centre signage


VANOC Look of the Games was responsible for ensuring a consistent look across the 20 sporting and non-sporting venues. Multigraphics was responsible for producing, installing and removing the decal category. The project involves producing large-format graphics for the exterior and the interior of the venues to small stickers for the hockey net’s goal posts and curling stones. Project value was $600,000. From top left to bottom: the luge venue in Whistler, the ticket box office in Robson Square, the athlete’s staircase and floor decal at the speed skating venue at Richmond Olympic Oval, the cermonies venue at GM Place and the media press centre at Vancouver Convention Centre.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Multigraphics VANOC 2010 Look of the Games

Printing Events Sports

Large format graphics (decal category) for various surfaces

Client services, and project management

October 2009 April 2010


The 16th World Route Development Forum is the 2010 meeting place for the world’s route development industry. A place where every type of airline, airport or tourism authority from every continent can meet face-to-face in a single location, whether they are a flag or a low cost carrier, hub or regional airport. All at a fraction of the time and cost of the airports visiting carriers individually. Delivered within three weeks from artwork approval, the project delivery included print production, installation and removal. The project value was $66,000.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Multigraphics Routes Development Group

Printing Event services

Large format Client services graphics for floor, Project glass panels and management hanging banners. Exhibition wayfinding signage

Date created August 2010


The Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS) is a notfor-profit organization dedicated to advancing the practice of risk management. Founded in 1950, RIMS represents more than 3,500 industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and governmental entities. The Society serves more than 10,000 risk management professionals around the world. The graphics for RIMS 2011 annual conference and exhibition was delivered within two weeks from the time of artwork approval. Project delivery included print production, installation and removal.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Multigraphics Levy Show Services

Printing Event services

Large format graphics for windows and escalators

Client services Inside sales Project management

April 2011


Shaughnessy on Lion’s Park is an upcoming first high rise in Port Coquitlam. At 27 stories high, overlooking Lion’s park, Shaughnessy is conveniently promises peace and privacy along with limitless options who live an active lifestyle. The project was to produce and install graphics for the sales presentation centre. Project value was $8,000.

Client

Industry

Collateral

Role

Date created

Multigraphics Onni Group

Printing Real estate

Large format graphics for sales presentation centre

Client services Project management

December 2011


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