Workshop 7 Critique

Welcome to the online review for Design4Kids’ seventh 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.

This group of students, are 5 boys and 4 girls, and range in age from 18 to 27. They all have attended more than 2 Design4Kids workshops in addition to having studied for years under the excellent tutelage of Fotokids’ educational program. Some students also have a few years of training in high school, and college graphic design and advertising education. They are young, but experienced.

The client for this project is Jakaramba, a design agency founded and staffed by graduate students of Fotokids. The project focus is a new website design for the young agency. The workshop began with exploring and developing a list of words that capture the essence of the identity the firm wants to project to it’s clients and potential clients.

  • Fresh
  • Original
  • Innovative
  • Experienced
  • Professional

The students were divided into two groups, with each student working on their own design concepts for the new site. This afternoon each student turned in their designs, and two sets from each group were chosen for you to review.

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.

  • Grupo A.1
  • Grupo A.2
  • Grupo B.1
  • Grupo B.2

One Response

  1. woo hoo! can’t wait to see them….

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