A LEADING Chester design agency, Entyce Creative, is searching for the finest creative talent in the North West.
The annual Entyce Creative Design Competition, now in its third year, provides an exciting opportunity for graphic design students studying a higher education course in the area to work on a real-life project.
The face of the 2012 competition is the inspiring charity, the Hospice Of The Good Shepherd. The hospice provides specialised palliative care for people living with advanced diseases from communities within Cheshire.
Many colleges and universities have incorporated the well-regarded competition into their course curriculum. Impressively, entry numbers have doubled within the last two years.
This year, students can enter four design categories: logo, website, promotional banner and advertising.
Managing director at Entyce, Libby Entwisle, said: “I can’t wait to see the entries. The standard of entries keeps getting better, which is very impressive and extremely exciting for our industry.”
The winning student will be offered a work placement at Entyce’s creative studio, as well as receiving the opportunity to see their work published.
Entyce Creative specialises in print and web design, and manage marketing and PR campaigns. Creative Director Jane Entwistle said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for the winner to develop a thorough understanding of how a creative design studio operates. This is a competitive industry and we hope this competition inspires students to challenge themselves to produce their very best work.”
For more details, or to enter the competition, visit www.entyce-creative.com/competition/ or call Entyce Creative on 01244 310 140.