Graphics Students Showcase in Brand and Promotion
Uludağ University Technical Sciences Vocational School Graphics Program senior students introduced themselves to the advertising sector with the brands they created within their finishing projects. The jury from the representatives of the advertising industry and the faculty members evaluated the brands from name to logos, from institutional studies to packaging solutions, from advertising applications to promotional products. The jury found the pickle juice introduced in the name of the local product brand "Sırküpü" the most successful project.
Technical Sciences Vocational School Graphics Program senior students completed their two years of education and showed that they are ready to be an intermediary in the advertising and promotional sector with the brands they created and promoted.
For the projects carried out under the leadership of Head of Design Department Lec. Dr. Mehtap Sağocak, major agencies were co-operated with in Bursa through Bursa Advertisers Association and Bursa Graphic Designers Association this year. Each project group developed projects with the coaching of an agency. This year, like every year, a social responsibility project was developed along with brand promotions.
Graphic Design Program in Uludağ University Technical Sciences Vocational School opened in 2002 and this year it has the 15th semester graduates. Graduates who have studied a two-year vocational school program are working as competent intermediary staff in graphic applications. Besides their program information, they are equipped with theoretical knowledge and practical skills in design, advertising, packaging, illustrations, web applications, digital photography, and many other areas. Graphic design program graduates can work in all kinds of media environments serving in advertisement agencies, printing houses, publishing houses, newspapers and magazines, photography studios, and visual communication fields.
THE BEST PROJECT IN PICKLE JUICE
The jury, consisting of teaching members and sector representatives, evaluated 13 projects. The rankings at the end of the evaluations were as follows:
Sıküpü (pickle juice)
Yumucak (knit toy)
Safi (olive oil)
Izen (hair dye)
Diril (yogurt drink)
Bebiyo (baby bibs)
Seraminos (ceramic Jewelery)
Bandon (band- aid)
Ax (wooden clocks)