Thursday morning and I’m at the library, rushing to print my final Personal Branding and Board Mood for the task required.
To be honest and thinking deeply about it, the finish product I presented, would never be a perfect final personal branding for me.
I mean, in a critical way, it came out too pinky, too feminine so, even though I really liked the concept behind the brand design, I would definitely change the colours presented with the logo.
Contrariwise, I really like my Board Mood, it’s calm, inspiring and relaxing.
So I made my way to the Studio and as I get there, we are invited to display our print work on the table so we could get small feedback notes from each other. We would then get a post it paper, go around the studio and leave nice comments about our peer’s personal brand.
To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect. Is there gonna be lots of feedback or maybe not?! Well, before that, let’s have a look on my personal branding experiments from last post process;
Drawing and ideas _ process:
Experiments in Illustrator:
The concept behind it was to play with the materials I love the most (pencil and brush), to do what I love the most (drawing and painting), while they were connected to a drawing line. This line could also be a representation of my name’s initial, J.
My Final Choice is the 5th image, because there is a real connection between the 3 objects, almost like they were tangled and couldn’t live without each other.
Final Personal Branding and Mood Board:
Ok, let’s go back to the feedback session. The picture below shows my final prints presented on the studio table and ready to get some feedback:
The feedback and critics were lovely! It’s really great to see that for the good or the bad, my work was noticed! That’s what matters the most, at this moment, so I can learn and develop the most.
A task that looked scary and challenging at first, end up being really satisfactory.