Think: Education

Some of the campaigns I created for Australasian College of Natural Therapies looked at encouraging people to change their career path from office work to a more ‘natural’ career for them. We also ran a campaign focusing on the fitness courses that we were offering. This was during my time as the offline communications designer at Think: Education Group.


As part of a very mild guerrilla campaign, I created a branded sticker that got distributed throughout the city so that people could be intrigued to look into what or who Billy Blue was. (image on the left). I also worked on some campaigns that encouraged prospective students to apply for scholarships through the college. This was during my time as the offline communications designer at Think: Education Group.


Southern School of Natural Therapies was one of the colleges under the umbrella of Think: Education Group. We wanted more of a ‘natural’ look and feel for all the collateral so I pitched and produced a new direction for all the marketing collateral. I drew these different illustrations to represent the different streams that were available for students through SSNT. This was during my time as the offline communications designer at Think: Education Group.


APM College of Business and Communication had this really dynamic icon which I enjoyed playing around with. I was able to create a larger version of itself for a scholarship flyer and create a flow like pattern as a bit of environmental branding for the APM offices. Along with many other print adverts for APM, I was an integral part of the ‘Choose to be different’ campaign. This was during my time as the offline communications designer at Think: Education Group.


The international market for Think: Education Group involved a collective prospectus for six of the colleges. I was able to have some fun with the combination of the college logos and typography for different types of collateral for the international market. This was during my time as the offline communications designer at Think: Education Group.