I do not want you to simply transcribe your various pitches onto paper — that would be entirely lame. Instead I want you to consider how to use the medium of written language to your advantage. If you consider e-mail, job applications, contest entries, or other situations where submissions are documents, its possible written idea pitches are more common than spoken ones. What points are easier to make in a two page document, than a 30 or second pitch?
Lets start with my roots. Dad is from Romania, jumped on a flight fled the country when he was 20, after him and his friends made a small home made-bomb and blew up a milk factory no people were inside, just milk.
He charmed her with his good looks and ability to make great strawberry milkshakes on a hot summers day. I grew up on the coast of Western Australia.
However I will mention one thing I discovered that played a big role in my life and helped make me see the world in a different way. It was scuba diving. When I discovered scuba diving I was instantly hooked.
For that time you are under the surface, your mind forgets about all those things that stress you out and play on your mind during the day. I think after my first diving experience I began to see the world from a different perspective.
I thought, if there are other things out there in this world that can take me away from reality for a while the non chemical substance kind… put me out of my comfort zone and make me feel as amazing as this, I want to find those things.
I spent most of my free time at our local PADI dive centre throughout my schooling years. I certainly partied too still do, wine is fantastic.
Which seemed to happen quite a bit. After school, I considered going to university college like a few of my friends were doing. Plus, 6 months was far to long for me to study when I was itching to explore the world as bad as I was. But secretly I was always thinking at the back of my head, how am I supposed to just put on a backpack, jump on and off buses and trains, ride camels and hike mountains when I am 65?
And who knows, my time might be up far before I reach the age of 30 driving in the traffic to work. I respect everyones personal choices and I always think you should follow your heart and do what makes you happy.
So the decision was made. My aim was to travel the world and figure out a way to make money from that. First thing I did was get a job to save up money so I could start crossing off a few things on my list … that also happened to include expensive plane tickets. I worked a season harvesting grain wheat, canola, lupins, barley in my home town in WA.
Yes feel free to laugh. I worked with grains. He sent me this. How sexy do I look? The job lasts months depending on how much rain we have had, and for an 18 year old, the pay is well above average.
It was very hot that time of year and we had to wear long and longs, boots and safety goggles in the 40 degree sun, but majority of the people working at the grading station were girls, so we seemed to always find a way to make shifts interesting.
It was well worth the pay check and it was what bought me my first flight overseas. The beginning of 5 years of travel. My best friend Erin and I flew to Europe for the summer and backpacked through 16 different countries over a period of months.
Some of the best times of my life on this trip. Came home, worked a little more and then did a dive trip to Indonesia with some fellow dive buddies. Drift diving, night diving, diving with manta rays and deep diving around various islands surrounding Bali.
Plus the Ningaloo has the adventure of driving 8 hours from the nearest airport to get there and camping is a must. After a season there, I was browsing the internet and stumbled upon a job offer to work on the Greek Islands Dive Mastering. I applied and was lucky enough to get the gig!
So I flew to Greece for the season. Turns out, the island I was working on is known for its crazy nightlife party scene.When it comes to product packaging design, one critical step is creating and writing up the creative brief.
During this vital stage, you’ll have the opportunity to plan all the ins and outs of your packaging design which will, in turn, become the foundation of the product.
Typical design brief Design briefs can vary dramatically from one job to another and from one client to another. Sometimes the client does not supply a brief and the designer needs to write it for themselves and give it back to the client for approval.
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A design brief is a written explanation - given to a designer - outlining the aims, objectives and milestones of a design project.
A thorough and articulate design brief is a critical part of the design process. Don’t forget to moisture the meat. For a good and tasty American BBQ, you should know that the meat must always be moist.
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