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Bury St Edmunds: West Suffolk College design students to take part on live ‘pitch’

PUBLISHED: 06:00 29 March 2014

Rachel Ducker of Bounce with the graphic design students at West Suffolk College who are working on a ' live' brief for Bounce with local agency Logic Design.

Rachel Ducker of Bounce with the graphic design students at West Suffolk College who are working on a ' live' brief for Bounce with local agency Logic Design.

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Design students at West Suffolk College have been taking part in a “live” brief with local agency Logic Design.

Working alongside Finn Johnston of Logic Design, the graphic design undergraduates have been tasked to come up with original concepts for agency client Rachel Ducker of Bounce and will get to pitch their ideas at the end of the project.

Course director Sian Horn said: “We are extremely pleased of all of our students’ achievements. They are to be commended for their sheer level of commitment, focus and creativity for the design work they have produced to date for Bounce magazine.

“We look forward to seeing the completed designs at the end of the month and thank Rachel and Finn for their support.”

Rachel Ducker added: “I am really looking forward to seeing all of the creative concepts the students come up with.

“It feels like the ideal time to review the design of Bounce and I hope that we can integrate the ideas into the magazine.”

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