At the very beginning I received the logotype of NetJapan and a few product logotypes. There was no corporate design, so I gradually started to develop this important document. Working for NetJapan is very diverse — from their website to an exhibition stand at CeBIT. I even cut out a couple of short comic strips.
This project was very interesting and extensive. Therefore, the work was divided into graphic design and implementation. My part consisted of graphic design and another company was in charge of implementation. Cooperation with another subject might bring problems, so this project was challenging in many respects. I have experienced for the first time what it means to prepare a fully responsive website. It meant to prepare each page separately in three versions — for displays, tablets and mobile phones. After about three months of intense work, the website was finished.
NetJapan has been an established company in Japan, but it was totally unknown in the European market. Therefore, the marketing department prepared materials to present the company and the presentation of the contents was tailor-made by me.
It has always been my dream to get a contract for a series of comic strips. And the dream came true with NetJapan. I was asked to create a series of comic strips with the topic "Recovery after a system crash" for a Facebook campaign.
CeBIT is one of the world´s biggest trade fairs of information technology. Every year in German Hannover, IT companies present new technologies to the world on the area of 450,000 m²². And NetJapan EMEA was one of them. I designed several exhibition stands for CeBIT in the past and it is a big responsibility. The communication with the company that implements the project is also very important.