- Graphic design for multimedia, web and WebCT
- Graphic design for printed media, such as logos, letterheads, certificates, book covers, layout, brochures, pamphlets, advertisements, etc
- 2D- and 3D-animation
- DTP (Desktop Publishing) for educational manuals, study guides, books and publications
- Scanning and photo manipulation
- Exhibition consulting and materials
- Posters for conference presentations and marketing
- Slide shows and printed transparencies
- Electronic presentations (also assistance to lecturers who wish to create their own presentations) either in PowerPoint or Flash
- Electronic newsletters
- CD-cover and CD-label design
- Technical or medical illustrations
- Website design
- Redraw existing diagrams and illustrations according to specifications
- Roll-up banners or any size vinyl banners
- Electronic and printed invitations
- Programmes and menus
The Budget Committee granted funds for the following: development of new academic programmes, purchasing of audiovisual equipment and selected services.
- As a full cost approach is being followed, expenses for graphic production must be integrated into your annual budget. See list of updated tariffs.
- Graphics staff can be contacted for assistance with calculations.
- Should the grant be insufficient for planned productions, a proposal must be submitted to Mrs Ceronio at the Finance Department for additional funds.
Please note : Funds made available for graphic design services may not be utilised for other expenses and cannot be carried over to consecutive years.
Graphic design projects must be registered at least two weeks before the final deadline. Only the final text version of the materials required,will be accepted. Proofreading corrections will be allowed twice only, after which author's corrections will be carried at out an additional fee of R150,00. EI Creative Studios does not accept any responsibility for loss of data and/or graphic material. The supply of subject-specific graphic materials is the responsibility of the client. All text and graphic material must be supplied in digital format (Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint) as far as possible. A design is conceptualised and presented to the client before the final product is developed.