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successful case of one-step Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) application

successful case of one-step Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) application

Another successful case of one-step Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) application

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Catenae Innovation asked to participate in development of government’s digital

Catenae Innovation asked to participate in development of government’s digital

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Inspired by my research on multiple collage artists, I made my own collages relating to the theme ‘physical health’.

For my first collage I used the photo of the shuttlecock I took and started to use both the magic wand tool and the polygonal lasso tool to remove the gaps in the shuttlecock. This was quite a lengthy process yet was crucial for making a bold piece and the edited version is used in my third artwork too so it is used more than once saving time in the future.

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Once the shuttlecock was edited I placed it on a black background so I was able to see how it looked and if I needed to edit more etc.  

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After looking at how the edited shuttlecock looked I tried multiple different arrangements/layouts trying to make an interesting, structured design. I decided to make the outcome vertical accentuating the structure of the shuttlecock as the main focus of the piece. This design was particularly inspired by the artist Zeka_Design and how they make the key part of their collage (the central photo) monochrome and adds bright and vibrant shapes around it and overlaid on top of it to accentuate the photo’s features. I wanted there to be a colour theme to the piece to prevent it from being too overwhelming as it already included lots of different shapes/ patterns. I chose the colour theme to be a variety of green tones as you commonly see badminton being played on park grass therefore I wanted the emotions and feeling of escapism present by having the colours there. The feeling of escapism within the piece mixed with the bold typography saying to ‘try it’ has the empowering effect I was aiming for.

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The final outcome

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For my second outcome I needed to firstly edit the trainer I had taken a photo of. I wanted the mud to stay as it is messy and old, this would create appealing juxtaposition against the crisp, new design that the collage surrounding it will be. I used the healing brush tool to remove the imperfections inside the shoe and some green paint and the mud stain in the fabric. I wanted all the mud to be on the bottom shoe and not ruining the shoe itself. 

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After editing the image I then used the quick selection tool to remove the background and allow me to experiment with how I was going to layout this horizontal collage. I wanted to make both vertical and horizontal collages so I could get equal experience in constructing effective layouts. 

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Her I am experimenting with different layout ideas and adding a texture to a circle. I wanted to try and apply all the features I want within the collage and then develop it from there.

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Here, I am adding the ripped paper effect to parts of the image to give it more texture and interest. I took a photo of some ripped paper and then cropped it using both the magic wand tool and the polygonal lasso tool to create the desired effect.

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This design was inspired by Tim Tadder’s advertisement for Under armor (the background), Jorge Torres’s ripped paper style in the piece ‘Tornlov’ and the artist Vexx who sometimes has doodles placed within a more realistic artwork. I thought the style of having doodles break up the realism within his artworks were particularly interesting so I wanted to do this in my own way breaking the collage up from consisting of primarily photography. I looked at Vexx’s work as part of my research in the first project of the course. I firstly made the flower doodles have yellow faces inspired by the artist Hattie Stewart ( who uses lots of doodle like flowers in most of her designs) who I also researched in the first project of the course. I decided to remove the yellow colour as I felt the piece already had lots of colours and the pink/blue colour theme was already quite appealing. I added lines overlaying the trainer to make the piece more coherent and draw the attention back to the trainer in the centre. 

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The final outcome

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This final design was inspired by the piece with just two colours and three figures by Cristina Couceiro. The simplistic design I found very appealing so I wanted to experiment with a more abstract, simple design myself. I started by laying out the silhouttes of shuttlecocks I made ( by using the colour overlay tool on the shuttlecock I edited for my first design) to create a somewhat mountain landscape. I developed the idea of a mountain landscape design and added a yellow circle in the centre to represent the sun setting behind it and added a blue rectangle to either represent water or the ground.

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I then added more rectangles to represent clouds. I reflected on the decision and decided it didn’t add anything to the piece and took away the appeal of the negative space at the top of the design and the overall minimalism theme present.

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I then decided to add more texture to the bottom as having the top of the design empty and the bottom didn’t look particularly interesting. I layered the silhouette of the shuttlecock to form the structure of the mountain whilst also adding more texture and appeal to the piece. After this I reapplied the blue rectangle yet used the multiply blend effect so you could still see the texture of the silhouettes whilst also adding an extra pop of colour.

I feel that this piece can be interpreted in many different ways. It could be seen as a mountain landscape made from shuttlecocks and shapes, or just some abstract artwork, or even a piece that represents plastic pollution. The shuttlecocks in the blue can represent all the plastic destroying the oceans and the bits at the top which are much clearer representing a beautiful mountain landscape could represent the beauty and appeal of products that can distract us from important issues caused by them(displayed underneath). 

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The final outcome

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After making these collages I feel that I have developed my photoshop skills further due to use the healing brush tool for the first time and developing a better understanding on how the feature can improve future work. I also feel that I have learnt more about how to create effective layouts that grabs the viewer’s attention, this may help me when creating promotional material in the future for my fitness brand.

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Sony shutting down Japan Studio development - Report

Sony shutting down Japan Studio development – Report

“Vast majority” of dev staff at Knack and Ape Escape studio let go while Astro Bot team becomes its own separate studio

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Before making my collages I wanted to firstly take some photos relating to assist in the design process. Due to lockdown I could only take photos of resources I could get. So I decided that my collages will focus on Badminton and running as they link to the theme ‘physical health’. I also took photos of some items that had interesting textures or patterns that might add an extra level of interest to my pieces. I was inspired to take photos of textures after my research on the collage artists and their techniques/styles. By having these photos I will be able to make my collage designs using my own images instead of using Pexels or a website similar.  

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After creating my brand name I next needed to develop a logo design. After watching a video about how to make a logo design, which recommended sketching ideas out before refining them in Illustrator, I decided to sketch rough designs that I could potentially use for my logo. Firstly I gathered images that inspired me before I made any logo sketches. I wanted lots of different photos of a variety of items as it would allow me to create lots of unique logos inspired by different ideas/ animals etc.  

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On this page I have developed some of my brand name ideas into potential logo designs. The first name I started to develop was ‘togethere’. I liked this name as  it could be seen as both ‘together’ and ‘to get there’ creating emphasis on the idea of togetherness and empowerment. When developing potential ideas I kept with the theme of togetherness and the theme of reaching your end goal. Therefore I used the finishing line pattern and simple illustration of people holding hands to put the idea on to paper.

The next name I made a few logo designs for was for ‘ucan’. I wanted to develop ideas relating to this name as it also has a strong theme of empowerment. I made both an abstract design and a more obvious design linking to the words within the name. I liked the design of the flowers in the can as the elegant flowers linked to classy side of the the fun/classy brand I want it to be. Yet this design looked more suited to either a cafe or a florists so I decided not to develop it further.

I then developed the name ‘time2try’ into potential logos. I stuck to the theme of time in all designs trying both the digital style typography and an analog clock themed logo. I wasn’t very happy with these outcomes as they didn’t grab my attention or look particularly appealing, this may be due to both the brand name and my interpretation of it within my designs.

The last logo on this page was linked to the name ‘speed’. Linking to the theme of speed I explored lots of different potential designs varying from more illustration based to more typography based. I looked at ideas linking to a cheetah as inspired by the brand Puma and their use of an animal in their logo I wanted to see how I could explore this myself. I chose the cheetah as it is the fastest land mammal and it linked to the theme speed really well.   

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After developing those design on a new page I made a more messy approach to displaying my ideas and covered the page with lots of potential outcomes experimenting less with the names and more with the designs.

I looked at the names ‘helfi’ and ‘fit’. I wanted to explore these names further as they are very simplistic and plain which would allow me to create really interesting and complimenting logo designs. I explored many ideas. For the weather related designs for ‘helfi’ I was inspired by the Greek God Zeus due to his link with the Olympic games and subsequently the theme of ‘physical health’ present within the fitness brand. I was inspired to try and create a deeper meaning to my design due to my research on fitness brand logos and how the Nike Swoosh is inspired by how the Greek mythology, where Nike is the Winged Goddess of Victory. The Swoosh being an abstract representation of the Goddess’s wings. After looking at making my designs have a deeper meaning I then explored the theme of perhaps making a design inspired by the story ‘The Tortoise and the Hare’ and the idea of going at your own pace to reach your goals. This really linked to the idea of my fitness brand being empowering. I made many variations of the same idea focusing primarily on the tortoise shell or the animal being incorporated into my design.   

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For this design I incorporated one of the typography layout experiments in the top left of the previous page and the tortoise idea to make one sketched logo. I was really pleased with this design as the the tortoise is easily seen in the design whilst also including the brand name so that it is bold and captures your attention. I like how the typography of the name ‘fit’ fits together so well creating emphasis on the brand name therefore drawing your focus to the bran as a whole. As this was my favourite design I will now continue the logo design process and refine the design on Illustrator, creating a vector design that can be used for different reasons within the brand’s vision.

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Collage/Masking outcomes:

This is an extra outcomes I designed using the previous workshops. This was a digital collage, in which I used the masking technique to push the effectiveness of the outcomes.

As you can see, I started with the three images the top of the post to make this design. I cut out the woman, as well as deleted the black background of the building in order the start this process. I wanted to keep the image of the woman  Lenin on something, and this is where the masking came into play. I layered the building and the woman on top of one another, and then turned the building into a mask layer. I then started erasing all the parts I wanted to show on top of the building to make it look like the woman was leaning, and I think this turned out quite well.

After that, I edited the image of the flats so that it was black and white by reducing the saturation. A used this as the background as it worked with the main building image. The step after that was adding the text, but it didn’t quite have the right effect so I played around with blending modes and found one that worked well.

I really like how this design turned out, and I really like the contrast of the colour and the greyscale. I think this reflects the idea of the contrast between future and past, which fits really well with the sci-fi theme I’m sticking with. This was a really interesting outcome, and I think it’s very effective and could be used as an advertising poster of some sort.

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Photoshop Masking:

This was another really good workshop to do, as this was a skill I hadn’t explored before, so knowing how to do this could really elevate some of my designs.

in order to do this, I started with the three different layers: the background, the text and the shape. The aim was to make it look like the inky background was weaving in and out of the text and shape. in order to do this you select the layer you want to edit, press the mask option at the bottom of the layers menu and then reduce the opacity. I used a brush with 50% hardness and a size of 50px. Make sure that when removing the image you make the colour black, otherwise it won’t work. If you’d like to bring some of the image back use a white brush. After this it was a case of finding the separate shapes within the background and then removing them from whatever layer was selected. This took some playing around with, because some parts didn’t look right after I’d erased them, but in the end I had a design that looked really good.

I really like this design technique, and I think I could definitely use it in the future. I want to develop this outcome further by combining it with the previous digital collage workshop, as I feel like that could produce some really good outcomes.

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Before creating my logo design, I needed to first create my brand vision and subsequently the brand name. When reflecting on my research so far (National senior games research, issues within sports research etc) I noticed that there are some equality issues within sports. Some examples of potential inequality within ‘physical health’ are racism, sexism, ageism and more. These issues are not just present within sports but are still problems that can be seen in the sports communities. I feel like that my brand’s main vision should be to promote ‘physical health’ to all no matter who they are and what their background may be. When creating my brand name I heavily focused on the theme of physical health but also the idea of empowering people to try and improve their physical wellbeing. After researching multiple brands I felt that I wanted my brand to be affordable (therefore accessible to a larger audience), yet good quality with emphasis on long term wear therefore not contributing to the fast fashion movement. I felt that I wanted the brand to be both classy and fun so a larger market is interested in the designs as designs older people may like might be different to designs younger people like so to cover the needs/wants of all it will not only make my brand more inclusive it will also allow it to make more money as the market audience is quite large and demanding.  

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Using these ideas I will now develop relevant logo experiments to see which one I want to use in the future for the brand.

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The main image above, was my attempt at trying to re-create Cristiana Couceiros art style, a simple but satisfying style at that. There isn’t much to talk about in the actual process of designing it because it was very simple, but as you can see I took my inspiration from the two other posts, mainly the one on the right. It reminded me of Andy Warhols soup can and how simple doesn’t mean boring and uninspired, so I tried making my own in the retro style and the design above is how it turned out.

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