We like happy.
In all forms, happiness is one of those wonderful emotions we just can't get enough of. And nothing much surpasses the happiness that engulfed the studio last Friday, when we presented a group of eight excited boys with brand new Basketball uniforms, personalised player cards, posters and gift bags.
We’ve been lucky enough this week to host work experience student and Traralgon teen Jordan Duncan, who’s shown a keen interest in design and animation. Here’s his take on five days in the Scribblevision studio – or as he puts it, his super sensational Scribblevision experience.
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.
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!
We are excited to introduce to you our latest staff member, graphic designer Kobie Notting, who just happens to be an illustrator extraordinaire.
By day Kobie creates logos, lays out business documents, designs signage and runs our digital print presses. In her spare time she heads out to either the bush or the beach, talks to trees, checks out wombat hollows and stares into campfires.