In jewellery it is essential that you know how to create a great first impression and a good design can be mediocre if it is not presented well.   In order to impress your customer, make the sale or win a competition, the way in which you highlight your designs will greatly affect the recipient, their appreciation of the piece and of your work. 

Course outline

Discover methods of presentation for different scenarios: Necklaces on necklines, Earring, Ring and Bangle bracelet guides and what to do when combining multiple jewellery designs into one presentation.   See how different backgrounds can change the look of a design or help to reveal its story.  Prepare for jewellery Design competitions while generating winning ideas. Portfolios and exhibitions bring the inner world of the jewellery designer to the real world of manufacturers, customers and jewellery competitions. The class is full of tips, examples and suggestions to make your presentation the best it can be.

Presentation for Different Scenarios

Presentation for Different Scenarios

Improve knowledge of how bespoke designers work. View great presentation ideas and practice previous drawing skills to higher levels in preparation for the customer viewing. From full necklace designs for customers to detailed top side and end view of rings for manufacturers.
Techniques for Presenting on Guides

Techniques for Presenting on Guides

Working with templates is a fast and effective way to show off a necklace, earring, bracelet or even a cufflink. These are perfect for presenting to customers as the different views will not be required. See how to use and to create your own templates to show off your designs.
Frames and Backgrounds

Frames and Backgrounds

With the design complete, finish the story by selecting a great background with the source of inspiration, an indication of who it is for or who it is from, discover options and learn to develop your own recognisable presentation style. Best professional options for framing will be discussed and suggested..
Winning ideas for competitions

Winning ideas for competitions

See what it takes to place and win jewellery design competitions. Understand the design contract,develop your ideas to fit the criteria and produce the winning design to submit. Sample rules and regulations will be addressed, and hints and tips will be provided for design submission to reach the ultimate goal.
Other ideas for merchandizing in store and on-line

Other ideas for merchandizing in store and on-line

Discover some of the modern and innovative applications for hand drawn designs either in the jewellery store or used as merchandising props in online business. See what some designers do with their acquired and practiced skills and brainstorm how to put your new knowledge to good use.

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