Meet Olivia Holloway, a 15-year-old Year 10 student who hails from Lavalla Catholic College. Olivia spent a week doing work experience at the Scribblevision studio.
She cheerfully made the tea, collected the mail and taught some – or maybe just one – of our regular staffers (not going to point out who) a thing or two about the use of technology. As anyone under the age of 16 tends to.
I’m a former print journo. So I guess from the outset that’s akin to declaring a bias.
But I’ve also worked with websites for many years now, and been infatuated, along with the rest of the Australian population, with digital mediums.
You run a small business and you have great social skills. So opening a Facebook page should be easy and bring you a lot of leads, right? And you should be able to convert those two likes into two sales, right? So why is Facebook not working for you?
Your logo is one of your business's most valuable assets and the key to making it instantly recognisable (and setting you apart from your competitors) is to use it consistently. No sending it out in flannies and moccasins puh-lease!
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Emma Moon joined the creative crew at Scribblevision for work experience last week. Over the course of the week Emma had the opportunity to work with graphic designers, web developers, illustrators, digital marketing experts and content writers.
She also learnt why coffee has such high currency in our Hotham Street studio, and the lengths to which our team will go to win the weekly paper-toss challenge. Here is Emma’s take on her week with us.