Kayleigh James, 22 of Oak Street, Colne was shortlisted in the Entyce Creative Design Competition 2010, organised by the Chester based design agency, which asked entrants to design a new logo and identity for the vegetarian food company based in Warrington.
Entries were received from students across the North West and they were shortlisted down to the best five designs.
Jane Entwistle, from Entyce says: “the competition this year attracted a vast amount of submissions and the standard of work was extremely high, exemplifying just how much creative talent the North West has to offer.”
Nia Williams, from Goodlife Foods comments: “The logo category was by far the most popular of all four categories. The amount of time and effort that was invested by students was extremely evident, and we were all so impressed with the designs that were created for our company.”
Kayleigh, who is studying for a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design, said: “I entered three different logos into the competition. I didn’t know what to expect but was really pleased when one of my designs was shortlisted, as the standard was so high.”
“I really enjoy taking part in live briefs and competitions and in your third year it’s all you work on. It’s so rewarding to design work that you could get a nomination or accreditation for” added Kayleigh.