Written By: Mark Armstrong
Provided By: Radwraps
A number of students from Southport College have recently showcased their creative skills as part of a project involving Radwraps.
The Southport College students were given a graphic design brief for a theoretical project for Radwraps. The students performed extremely well in a realistic, high-pressure situation, as well as it being their first experience of how to deal with clients, and the final results were an exciting sign of what the students may be capable of in the future.
The concept was a complete success, and hopefully the first of several projects whereby Radwraps and Southport College will work together.
James Maddocks, director at Radwraps, commented: “The students demonstrated strong presentation skills, a knack for good research and in-depth knowledge of the issues involved. The general output was excellent, and we were all very impressed. In fact, they produced such a high standard of work that their images sit alongside designs that we have on our websites from several top-level designers. We firmly believe that they are the future of the graphic design business, and we always love to invest in youth by giving the students a chance to work towards our projects.”
Grant Lewis, Curriculum Leader & Professional Development Mentor at Southport College, added: “This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to work with real industry clients and work towards a brief and time schedule. The students produced creative, professional and innovative work for their client. The high level of work that the students produced was amazing and I’d like to thank Radwraps for giving our students the opportunity to work on this project.”
Radwraps have worked extensively with schools and colleges recently, as they see students as the future of business. Should any other schools or colleges wish to work with Radwraps, you can contact James by calling 01704 567083, or by emailing email@example.com.
For more information about the Radwraps products, visit www.radwraps.co.uk.
For further details about Southport College, visit www.southport.ac.uk.