Welcome to the online review for Design4Kids’ sixth workshop. Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to virtually travel with us to Santiago Atitlan. We are here to help talented youth develop their creative talents into marketable skills while serving the needs of their communities. your professional comments are greatly appreciated.
The client for this project is Hospitalito Atitlan, the sole hospital serving the local community which is mainly T’zutihuil Mayan. The hospital requested a tri-fold brochure to educate young mothers to take their children 5 years and younger to the hospital clinic when exhibiting certain symptoms. Since the literacy rate is very low in this primarily agrarian community, especially amongst women, the client requested that the message be delivered visually and in Spanish.
The students were divided into two groups, and assigned creative and project management roles. These students, are 5 boys and 4 girls, and range in age from 13 to 17. They came to the workshop with only a little experience in Adobe Illustrator, and virtually no design instruction. They are a bit raw. So keep that in mind when you leave your comments. Please be honest, but be thorough. If something looks awful, feel free to say so, but say why, and suggest how it could be improved.
Follow the links below to each groups work, then leave your critiques in the reply section below the artwork. Again, thanks so much.