This week our client was the advising office. They requested that we make promotional material to help spread the word about virtual tutoring during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past, the academic advising office has used physical and digital posters and Instagram posts to help advertise their services. And relay information about how to use it.

The mean part of our design will focus on a step-by-step process on how students can use to track to set up sessions of online tutoring. My partner Nathan and I want to create something simple and easy to understand and preserve the key themes of WPI.

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This is my third and final entry for this significant figures blog post. After receiving constructive criticism from my peers and working closely with my partner, we have finally settled on a final draft that we are happy with. It is pictured below. Some notable changes from the previous draft where we have updated the main logo to be more in line with the poster and making sure that the cityscape we chose did not a fringe of on any Copyright.

This was a fun experience, and I enjoyed it. I hope we get picked to represent the significant other play that’s being put on our school.

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It has been a few days since we first assigned the significant other promotional marital project and made great progress. Pictured is the first draft of the poster from which all the other materials will come from.

We decided to go with a real city for the background rather than draw a silhouette of one. We found it gave our poster a more realistic feel compared to the other groups. Usually, this would come off as distracting with our cartoonish style logo, but it had the opposite effect.

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We had been assigned the task of designing and creating marketing materials for Joshua Harmon’s play, “Significant Other.” These marketing materials included physical and digital posters, a Facebook event banner, and potential designs for promotional stickers and T-shirts.

We first started by discussing our idea for the poster. I proposed making the background a cityscape while My partner came up with the main logo idea, which parodies the dream works logo.

After our quick first meeting, we exchanged contacted information and got to work creating the first draft.

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