Brochure for design workshop on creating corporate identity and branding

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Design workshop on “Creating Corporate Identity and Branding” during 27- 31 August 2012, at NID campus, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

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Brochure for design workshop on creating corporate identity and branding

  1. 1. Date 27- 31 August 2012Date: 27- 31 August Anil Sinha Anchor Faculty: Mr. 2012 Anchor Faculty: Prof. Anil Sinha 5 day Design Workshop on Five day Design Workshop C R E A T I N G C O R Pon R A T E I D E N T I T Y O & CREATING CORPORATE IDENTITY B R A N& I N G D BRANDING Organized by: Industry Programmes & Projects (IP&P)
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONEvery company, however big or small, has an identity, whether it recognizes it or not, and the real question thatneeds to be faced is whether the organization seeks to control that identity, or whether it allows the identity tocontrol it.The term Corporate Identity frequently reduced to contents of the Corporate Design. This restriction on theappearance of an enterprise is in the form of visiting cards, writing paper and internet appearance.Corporate Identity is the outward manifestations of an organization and its activities as perceived by its target publicand the public at large. An organization needs to communicate in a variety of ways across different media and forthat they need a powerful corporate identity.This workshop intends to obtain contents, instruments and proceedings with the development of the CorporateIdentity of an enterprise (Cle) and to clarify their meaning for the entrepreneurial success.RATIONALEFirst impression is important because you never get a chance to make a second impression. The logotype/ symbol arean indispensable investment in the organizations future and, like any investment it requires careful management togrow in value. It is very important for any organization to take maximum possible care in designing and managingtheir identity.OBJECTIVE · To promote strong understanding of corporate/ brand identity process · To provide a clarity in the difference between corporate identity, organizational identity & brand identity · To provide a platform to address design issues related in building identity · To give the participants a hands on experience of on what goes into designing of Visual Identity and taking it further for creating Corporate Identity and Brand IdentityPROGRAMME CONTENTS · Introduction to Corporate Identity and Branding. · Elements of design, principles and methodology, ideation on the bases of the problem statement · Role of form, color and typography · Process of Identifying the need/ problem statement · Guidelines of Corporate Identity a case study · Importance of culture and experience design to build brand · Case Studies, Presentation and hands on experience of working on identified/ or selected corporate identity & Branding project.FOR WHOM This workshop would be of interest to, · Professionals and Brand Managers responsible for developing high and quality communication design for industry · Design Professionals and Design Managers · Newspaper Designers and Visualizes · Advertising Professionals · Design Educators and students · Media and Communication Specialists · Public and private sector individuals responsible or interested in graphic design related work.
  3. 3. METHODOLOGYPresentation lectures, experience sharing and discussions with experienced faculty members will take place throughoutthe workshop. Visual presentations on case studies of success stories will also be presented. The workshop will alsoprovide suitable hands on experience to understand several intangible but crucial design elements.Anchor Faculty: Prof. Anil Sinha Anil Sinha is a Principal Designer and Activity Chairperson of Industry Programmes and Projects (IP&P) department with a diploma in Applied Arts from Patna Fine Arts College and a Post-Diploma from MS University, Baroda, Diploma in Human Resource management from AMA and also a Diploma in marketing management from Nirma University, presently pursuing his PHD from Cept University, he joined NID in 1985. As a Graphic Designer, he is well known for his works done in the area of Logo, Symbol and Corporate Identity Design. He has designed over thirty to forty Symbols and Corporate Identities so far : Indian Institute of Management – Indore, Brahmos Missile, Defense Research and Development Corporation, Rural Electrification, Corporation, Gujarat High Court, National Human Rights Commission, Produce of India to name a few. Anil was the designer and the project head of the Coin Design Project for Govt. of India. He is the Chief Designer for ONGC-Oval brand creation and also for MRPL brand, Monorail, Bihar Tourism and also recently he has won the open symbol design competition for India Design.Anil has presented a number of design-led papers in different national and international conferences andpublications. As a thorough professional, he has a line of projects in hand ranging from Indian signage system, tourismpromotion, corporate and brand identities for organizations of repute.DURATIONThe programme will be of five full (maybe overfull) days.INTAKEParticipation will be limited to a maximum of twenty (on a first come first serve basis). Any and all in the creative fieldincluding designers, architects, managers, even professionals benefit from this programme. Others desiring to increasetheir sensitivity and creativity are also welcome. All that is needed is an open mind.FEE & REGISTRATIONRs. 15000/- [Non-residential, includes Workshop Registration fee, Lunch and one set of material only, Including Service Organized by:Tax] to be paid by Demand Draft/ Pay Order before one week of the program in favour of NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF Industry Programmes & Projects (IP&P)DESIGN, payable at Ahmedabad. Kindly send in your nominations on your company letterhead indicating Name/s,Designation, Address, Phone No, Fax No, and Email Id of the nominees along with the fee to: Project Officer : Industry Programmes & Projects (IP&P) Paldi, Ahmedabad 380 007 Telephone: 079-2662 3692 -7 (6 lines) ext 1068, 1199 Mr. Mansukh Patel: 09426329633, Ms. Rupali Sinha: 09328136526 Fax: 079-26621167 / 26605240, E-mail: industryprogrammes@nid.edu, ipp@nid.edu

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