Robyn’s Graphics skills shine in competition
Friday, 3 March, 2017

Graphic Design student Robyn Stone has been studying at Solihull College & University Centre for the past 3 years on the Higher National Diploma before moving on to the BA in Creative Arts and Design Practice.

Students at the College were recently given the opportunity to take part in a competition to design the logo for Martial Arts & Boxing Distributor company CIMAC. The students put their skills to the test in a live project as they pitched their designs to CIMAC who then chose the lucky winner.

CIMAC chose Robyn’s clean and effective design as the winner of the competition as it fits the company image and matched the brief well. Robyn used a variety of design elements to create the logo and used what she has learnt at the College to make her design stand out.

Robyn commented: “It was a great opportunity to design a logo for CIMAC and I was able to use my skills which I have developed over my time at the College to produce a successful design.

“I was honoured to be chosen as the winner of the competition and it will be great to be able to use this achievement in my professional portfolio going forwards to interviews. Professional work such as this will help me find suitable career roles.”

As well as having her work used by the company, Robyn was awarded with a Touchwood voucher for her efforts, which was presented to her by CIMAC’s Philip Pollok at the College’s Blossomfield Campus in Solihull.

Robyn will now go on to complete her Top-Up degree at the College before moving into industry.

Find out more about Solihull College & University Centre’s Art & Design courses.

Graphics Student wins competition
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