Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Worthy Book at SPARTFEST 2013, Taylor Lakeside Campus

SPARTFEST 2013 is an arts festival that is organized by the Taylor’s University’s Society of Performing Arts (SPART), at Taylor’s Lakeside campus. It took place for 3 days from 12 till 14 June 2013 (Wednesday to Friday).  SPARTFEST aimed to provide a platform for aspiring artists to explore with their imaginations.

Apart from enjoy the artwork of Taylor’s students, we – Worthy Book, had a booth to promote the latest Ladies Edition. Our booth was located at The Artwalk, booth No.1. From the pic below, what do you see? Yup, it is one of our clients – B.liv. Besides that, we had Mister Potato and XOX as our sponsors too. 

B-liv – Off With Those Heads - blackheads sebum gel. This is a No.1 hot selling product, it removes white & blackheads without pain, and they do not reappear within 14 days.

XOX- XinXun, the most affordable mobile internet plan in town. XOX sponsored prepaid sim cards with 100mb free mobile internet data.

Feeling hungry? Let’s try the Hot & Spicy Mexican Wave – Mister Potato. Taste it once and you will not stop till it finishes! J

Other than that, we did have some cute little toys at our booth: 

On the first day of our roadshow:

The ladies were attracted to our latest Ladies Edition
                    Even the gentlemen stopped by with their girlfriends. The Ladies Edition loads of interest among the Taylorians!

Last but not least, we very grateful to the organisers, Ng Hui Xin, Nicole Ooi, Esther Tan, Chris Sacha, David Chia etc as well as our happy customers. Here are some of the memorable photos: 

Thursday, 6 June 2013

Worthy Book Team: Elaine

a.      Where & what subject do you study?
I'm from KBU International College, B.A. (Hons) Graphic Design course.

b.      What do you do at Worthy Book?
I was given the tasks of creating template layouts for clients of the F&B Edition and designing ads for print and web for the Ladies Edition.

c.      How was the interview like?
It was a friendly, 'short and sweet' interview where I was briefed on the company profile and general services of Worthy Book.  Thankfully the interview was not as tense as what I would have initially thought out to be and it had me looking forward to working at Worthy Book after the interview was over.

d.      What have your learnt at Worthy Book?
I have learnt how to enhance designs for advertising better by looking at it from the clients’/consumers’ point of view, what attracts the public and the like. 

e.      What do you like most about working at Worthy Book?
Comfortable working environment, friendly staff and able to share ideas, opinions and tips openly. Apart from that I have gained more knowledge on certain computer programs that relate to the making of the designs.

f.        What are your favourite brands in Worthy Book Ladies Edition?
Baleno, Treats, Himalaya, Color Culture & Sinma (mostly the accessories & clothes brands)