There are many different ways to approach clients to assess their needs and develop creative campaigns which fulfill your creative desires. Many agencies have established methodology, terminology and processes, and oftentimes, have spent decades or even years developing these processes. However, whether you are a freelancer, designer, illustrator, photographer or marketing director, or perhaps a small business owner, you will be looking to develop a simple process to create campaigns for yourself or your client.
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來自FROM BRAND TO IMAGE: CREATING HIGH IMPACT CAMPAIGNS THAT TELL BRAND STORIES的熱門評論
It was really meaningful and informative but I'm hoping to do an advanced level course too as I was mostly aware about almost everything explained.
Very good course. One should definitely do this course, very helpful
This is a great course, professor Hallet explains very well every concept in a clear and practical way. Highly recommended
Course Well framed and clearly gave insights into understanding the language of image-making. I especially enjoyed the repeating forms to tell brand stories.
關於 Branding: The Creative Journey 專項課程
This Specialization aims to make branding concepts accessible to every learner and to teach them to analyze and apply all the relevant concepts, using the broad and diverse toolkit of branding. It provides you with the necessary tools so that you are able to understand the brand behavior, understand the language of a brand and learn about the rational and emotional elements behind brands. It also attempts to make you understand the language of images. The amount of audiovisual content we receive today makes it hard for brands to break through that noise. It ends up teaching how to understand branding efforts in the context of customer experience.