Queensland’s first Adobe Mini Creative Jam was held on Monday 10th September at Griffith University, Southbank campus in Brisbane. This was a collaboration between Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology and TAFE QLD.
The aim of this event was to help the students improve (and show off ) their digital creativity skills with Adobe’s Creative Cloud tools.
Over 30 students registered for this event which involved the students working in teams to create digital assist for a not-for-profit charity fundraising campaign. For this event, we asked YGAP to brief the students about the Polished Man Campaign.
The students then formed groups and had about 3 hours to build their assets in preparation for a showcase judging session. They were encouraged to make any of the following assets with the time & skills they had available – video, animation, poster, flyer, banner, mobile app, website, spark page, podcast.
The judging panel for the showcase was made up of representatives from Griffith Uni, QUT, TAFE QLD and Adobe. Each group/student shared what they had produced and pitched how the assist/s could be used by YGAP for future Polished Man campaigns.
Congratulations to the following winners of a12 month Adobe CC Licence (retail value of about $900)
Levi Miller & Aidan Gorman from Griffth University (Gold Coast Campus) as well as Arnn Baet from Queensland University of Technology.
Special thank you to Professor Ming Cheung (Head of Design at Griffith) and Daniel Della-Bosca for their support in hosting and judging this event.
Also thank you to Kev Lavery (AEL TAFE QLD), Richard Turner-Jones (Adobe expert), Manuela Taboada (QUT) and Amrita Deshpande (Adobe Education Trainer) for their support in judging and helping to make this event a success.