These briefs tackle a wide range of subjects. For example:


Responding to global population trends and the theme 'One Planet, One Chance', students were invited to create a communication piece to encourage people to ‘Do one thing differently’.


Eco design methods and sustainable product choices were underlined in an exhibition focused project. Icons and values have also featured, capturing a high level of responses.


Only one Gold award has been achieved so far in the categories set by The Heaven Company. Amedeo Spagnolo was recognised for his visual identity project to capture the spirit of the business-university collaboration that is Brief Cases.


Chairman of the judges Brian Webb said: “This is a very clear and immediately understood solution. The strapline gives excellent clarity and it is a logo that works across many applications, online and print, including letters, envelopes, digital formats, apps etc. It’s a really well thought through solution.”






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Main Picture: Gold winning work from Amedeo Spagnolo

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