Nilesh is a creative designer with a very good eye for details. He took our design contest very serious and took in our feedback very well. He made a variety of designs and all of them correspond to our brand identity.
It has been amazing working with him and I can highly recommend him to everyone out there!
/ Alice, Edmira Sportswear
- alice 25
Nice and fitting design, she really read the brief and understood what I was looking for.
Tanya's illustrations were very well done. She was extremely attentive and great at quickly responding to changes & feedback. I would definitely work with her again.
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Who are you known as?
Australia Pacific Technical College
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our organisation is based in the South Pacific countries of Fiji, Samoa, PNG, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. We provide vocational education and training to increase the skills of Pacific Island Countries. We have a strong emphasis on a design that incorporates south pacific themes
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We are looking to have a design printed on fabric to be used for special staff events such as graduations (see our website for photos of our graduations - http://www.aptc.edu.au/). APTC has an existing logo and colour theme. This will form the basis of the design. We want to incorporate the logo style into a material design that also captures elements of south pacific style (in a modern way). There are different styles or cultural elements within the South Pacific and it is important that many elements are captured on the graphic. The most common form of pacific - bula material, tattoos used from Samoan culture and of course the Fiji Masi.
The material will be used either completely or as a panel in event wear.
Design to capture the logo into the repeating fabric motif. Design to still resemble a south pacific style motif – more samoan than Fijian etc. To use the colours that exist in the APTC logo palette. The design should have some element of black so that we are able to ask staff to wear the shirt with black slacks or skirt without also having to get these made. Preferences seems to be for smaller design size so that it can be used as a panel rather than full material and flatter most body types. We don't have much access to complementary fabrics and the design will require a vector graphic that will be printed onto material.