Meet the Judges for the #heyRGD January Challenge
28/01/21
We're excited to announce the Judges for January's #heyRGD challenge! This month's Judges will look at how well Student RGDs use this month's design element prompt: colour.

 

Meet the Judges

 

Mooren Bofill RGD, Partner, Creative Director at 123w

Mo is the newest Partner and Creative Director, Design at 123w – one of Canada’s leading agencies. Mo is formerly the Executive Director of Design at johnst., where she spent the last five years building the Design offering from the ground up. At john st., Mo built a growing design business with an award-winning portfolio, and led a diverse team of multidisciplinary design thinkers. Her work has also been awarded and recognized internationally by D&AD, How Design Awards, Cannes Lions, Luerzer’s Archive, Communication Arts, The Advertising & Design Club of Canada, Applied Arts, Marketing Magazine, among others. Born and raised in the Philippines, and growing up in Toronto, she brings a diverse point of view that mixes her passion for design, creativity and business strategy to Canadian design.

Find Mo on Instagram here.

 

Logan Brazeau Provisional RGD, Creative Director & President at Hatch Creative

Inspired by the work Charley Harper, Hans Kleefeld and Burton Kramer, Logan’s style is often bright, geometric and bold. Logan believes that good design is a powerful tool that can be used to raise awareness and shift social stigmas. In 2016, Logan started his studio to pursue clients and projects that align with his own values and beliefs. He is passionate about working with small businesses, agro companies and non-for-profits to impact social and environmental change. His work has been recognized by LogoLounge, Logo Wave Awards, Applied Arts Magazine and the Redgees.

Find Logan on Instagram here.

 

Amanda DeVries RGD, Owner of Eye Candy Design & Amanda DeVries Creative

Amanda has been an independent brand consultant and graphic designer for 15 years, recently specializing in branding and packaging for food & beverage companies. She spent 10 years in Ottawa, where governmental agencies kept me busy but not terribly inspired. Moving to Southwestern Ontario in 2009 presented her with the opportunity to work with small businesses and real people. She has also checked an item off her bucket list by working as a prop stylist on two cookbooks.

Find Amanda on Instagram here.

 

 

There's still time to enter!

Student RGDs are able to enter this month's #heyRGD challenge until January 31. To participate, share a project that demonstrates the prompt on Instagram or LinkedIn with the hashtag #HeyRGD and #colour.

 

For all the details on this month's challenge, click here.

 

The winner of this month's challenge will have the opportunity to join Judge Amanda DeVries RGD on Instagram Live to chat about the prompt and their work! A draw prize winner and a popularity winner (entry with the most likes) will win a copy of Adam J. Kurtz' “Things Are What You Make Of Them: Life Advice For Creatives.”