Drexel seeking partners for brand identity course
Posted by Drexel University on March 7, 2016
Is your non-profit organization interested in working with a Drexel University academic course to develop brand identity materials? Read on!
Professor Nick Cassway from Drexel University’s Westphal College of Art and Design is looking to partner with organizations for his project-based undergraduate academic course. Through collaboration, partners can expect a design or redesign of the organization’s logo, in addition to recommendations for brand identity hallmarks (color, type, other stylistic elements) as well as design approaches for graphic assets, including but not limited to website banners Facebook banners, watermarks, advertising, posters, postcards, thank you cards and brochures.
An ideal community partner is willing to engage in an ongoing dialogue about all of their brand identity materials as opposed to the design of a discrete project (a single poster or advertisement for instance).
If you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Professor Nick Cassway at firstname.lastname@example.org
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