Hanson Johnson the founder of one of the foremost ICT capacity building facilities in Niger Delta Region known as Start Innovation Hub, can be known as a software developer. He is always in sync with coding but that isn’t what he is known truly for! Johnson is a man that is building capacity in Uyo! Recently, he introduced Graphic Training that would equip youths to be graphic designers especially in the areas of product packaging.
Product-packaging design refers to the creation of the exterior of a product. That includes choices in material and form as well as graphics, colours and fonts that are used on wrapping, a box, a can, a bottle or any kind of container.
Design is a key factor in packaging. A quality package design can attract potential customers and set the product apart from the competition. The visual presence represents not only the quality of the product, but should also suggest a clear personality.
To test how much she has been able to grasp in 60+ days of CREATE 2.1, Aniefiok Udosen a Graphics design Trainee was asked to replicate the product package for CTORCH which she did successfully.
That being said, did you know that the Centennial Light is the world’s longest-lasting light bulb, burning since 1901, and almost never switched off? ☺️☺️
As we know, the basic elements of graphic design include line, shape, form, texture, and balance. They might not seem like much on their own, but together, they’re part of almost everything we see and create.
After taking them through the whole basics of graphic design for two whole months, it was time to test their knowledge and know to what extent they have grasped all they were taught using real-life projects.
Those of us who love quick breakfast will be familiar with this pack whose design was replicated by Chinonso Ejike.
Chinonso Ejike one of our CREATE 2.1 graphics design trainees replicated the exact design on the pack of White Oats.Pay attention to her application of the basis which she was taught in the classroom to produce this amazing replica from scratch.
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