Drone photography

B2B Magazine August issue has landed

August issues of B2B magazine is covering the upcoming Australian computer society Canberra chapter’s 2016 Annual Conference.

This year’s conference theme of Drones, Droids and Robots, gives us the chance to get our hands on some interesting gadgets to photograph, courtesy of Drone/UAV pilot and analyst, Greg Farrugia.

Current regulations made it difficult for us to take close up shots of the flying drone, so we settled for indoor shots.

Here you can view a selection of pages that I liked designing the most, as well as some of my photography work for August and July issues of the B2B magazine.

I’m very thankful for patience and help of ACS Canberra team and Greg for providing us with this opportunity.

 

 

 

 

B2B Magazine issue 113

B2B Magazine issue 113 is out.

B2B Magazine #113 has been printed for some days, but I haven’t found time for an update. This issue’s cover story outlines the background, strategy, and services of RSM, a worldwide provider of audit, tax and consulting services and showcases their new office interior in Canberra designed by DJAS, one of the Canberra’s largest architectural and interior design practices, and built by SHAPE Australia.

In the government-to-business section, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr explains how Canberra airport’s opening up to international flights will positively affect the Canberra business landscape.

Also in another interesting feature from DDCS Lawyers, Alison Osmand, a senior associate of the firm writes about the rise in the number of Australians diagnosed with dementia and the effect it has on the outcomes of wills and estate planning.

For those that are interested in design, here is the link to the magazine in print form, as well as a selection of my designs that I like the most in this issue.

Brand refresh: Cinéma Théâtre Magazine

Client: Cinéma Théâtre Magazine
Field: Art & Entertainment
Task: Redesign
Year: 2009
Keywords: Brand refresh, branding, cinema, graphic design, layout, publication, music, theatre, performing arts

Challenge:
Over the years, Cinéma Théâtre’s original shiny and colourful design lost its attractiveness, and a growing number of newer colour magazines published for light entertainment took away its readership role in the market. After changes in magazine’s ownership, the new editor and his team looked for ways to return the magazine position back to its original, more intellectual roots, and distance the brand from entertainment magazines.

Solution:
I redesigned the magazine from the beginning, using a new dimension, grid system, colour scheme, choice of typography, and even section names.

Results:
The new magazine’s look and content attracted the readers again and the magazine reclaimed its original position and readership. Later due to countries’ political turmoil and business related disagreements, the magazine editorial team disbanded and the magazine changed strategy again.

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