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Thursday
19
APR

Build-A-Brand Workshop: Hobart

18:00
20:00
The Van Diemen Project
Event organized by The Van Diemen Project

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Want to build an iconic brand for your business - or go in the running to have one made for you?

Learn how to create a professional visual identity for your brand with this FREE interactive workshop from graphic designer Marcus Bendall (Bendakk Design Co) and entrepreneurial educator Adam Mostogl (Illuminate Education and The Van Diemen Project). You might even get a professional visual style guide for free!

Marcus and Adam will randomly pick one audience member from the crowd, and then Adam will go through the briefing process with them live on stage while Marcus develops the initial stages of a visual identity (logo, colours, fonts, and photography), while taking and answering questions from the audience.

There will be no 'Death By Powerpoint' at this workshop, just a glimpse into the processes behind developing a visual identity, as well as easy tips and tricks on how you can make your business look professional by yourself - without breaking the bank. PLUS the lucky audience member picked gets to keep digital copies of the designs Marcus creates for them to use with their business, free of charge!

WHEN: Thursday 19th April 2018
5:30pm, for a 6 - 8pm workshop

WHERE: Enterprise Hobart
5th floor, Hobart City Council Building
24 Davey Street
Hobart, TAS, 7000

COST: Free!

ABOUT THE HOSTS:
MARCUS BENDALL is a Tasmanian-born graphic and web designer who has over a decade of experience crafting unique and memorable brands and designs for local and national businesses. His portfolio includes a bit of everything – including banks, casinos, bottleshops, tourist destinations, breweries, mobile apps, charities, universities, and government entities. He is committed to designing a better world – one font at a time…

In any given week, ADAM MOSTOGL (2017 Australia’s Top 30 Under 30 Entrepreneurs // 2015 Tasmanian Young Australian of the Year) might be helping young entrepreneurs to kick-start their companies, stimulating small businesses to challenge the status quo, challenging communities to understand their potential or teaching hundreds of students to embrace innovation to solve the problems of the future. Adam is passionate about embracing creative and innovative solutions to common problems, with experience in retail, heavy industry, tourism, hospitality, brand management and marketing, government, business and economic development.

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