Stu­dents’ de­signs get app-roval

Macclesfield Express - - BOSLEY TRAGEDY -

A GROUP of as­pir­ing artists have de­signed a logo for a mar­ket­ing com­pany.

The Fal­li­b­roome Academy pupils were asked to de­sign a logo for Gendius, a busi­ness con­sul­tancy based at the BioHub at Alder­ley Park.

They wanted a logo to go with In­tellin, their new phone app for peo­ple with di­a­betes.

Rory Cameron, di­rec­tor at Gendius, said: “My daugh­ter is at Fal­li­b­roome and I am aware of the great work and ideas they have in the De­sign and Tech­nol­ogy depart­ment, so it made sense to ask the pupils to de­sign our logo for this launch.

“The pupils have done a fan­tas­tic job and we are very pleased with the re­sults which will en­able us to go ahead with the con­cept test­ing of In­tellin with a full launch in April 2016”.

The win­ning de­sign was cre­ated by Beth Law­ton, with Thomas Eng­land and Siob­han Ardern both named as run­ners up.

Andy Jones, who teaches at Fal­li­b­roome, said: “The stu­dents got a real buzz from work­ing with a real com­pany on a real de­sign prob­lem.

“I’d like to thank Gendius for their gen­er­ous com­mit­ment and would welcome other lo­cal com­pa­nies to make use of our very tal­ented young de­sign­ers.”

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