With Stage 1 (Kohia nga whakaaro...gathering your thoughts) and Stage 2 (Creative Development) of Te Wairoa's Visual Identity Project now complete, Vision Projects are co-ordinating the design, production and installation of new boundary signs for Te Wairoa district, as a key part of Stage 3 (Implementation) of the project.
In response to a written brief from Vision Project Ltd., eight concepts for Te Wairoa's new boundary signs have been received from two design companies. The brief was based on the findings of the Visual Identity Project Stage 1, and the tools and guidelines developed in the Te Wairoa Community Identity Guide (Stage 2).
Click on the link for the online evaluation form where you will be asked to select your 3 most preferred concept designs, and to make comments on the various elements of the designs.
Evaluation forms and collection boxes are also available at the Wairoa I-site, Library and Wairoa District Council.
For more information please contact the Wairoa District Council.
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