CAB214 - Advertising Campaign Concept Development
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Advertising Campaign Concept Development
This subject is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the creative process of visual thinking used in the development of a complete advertising campaign. Students will learn the various methods, styles, and relationships of the various media components and will gain an understanding of the roles of the members of the agency creative team, the corporate communications/promotions department, and the client.
This class is an intensive ?workshop? that will further introduce the student to the details of how the creation of the ?advertising concept? and ?development of various structured methods? that allow an advertising campaign to become the foundation of ?Brand Loyalty? and ?Brand Identity?.
Creative Advertising Diploma Program.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the creative process.
2. Participate in the process of problem solving and creative analysis working from client/agency strategy.
3. Demonstrate and appreciate and demonstrate the proper approach to creative analysis and problem solving.
4. Perform the methods to conceptualize a creative idea and specify its execution in both print and electronic media.
5. Demonstrate skill in the visual planning, layout, subject (talent/product) placement, and aesthetics of advertising.
6. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the various forms of advertising, both traditional and non-conventional.
7. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the structure of the creative, production, and client team approach.
8. Understand and use the terminology used in the production of print and electronic media.
9. Use skills in copywriting, visual composition, and creative development in the production of print advertising and storyboards.
10. Prepare a complete advertising campaign presentation, including print ad layouts, direct mail, and storyboards.
11. Be an active participant contributing effectively to the assigned tasks and the process of group work within in-class and/or workshop exercises for evaluation.
12. Understand the purpose of, and effectively meet all deadlines and project requirements.
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