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Student Spotlight: Tic Tacs Redesign

Here at Hexanine, we are passionate about helping raise up the next generation of designers and design thinkers. This is why, as a firm, we seek to pass along what we’ve learned by teaching, mentoring, and instructing.

We gain at least as much inspiration and encouragement from the work of our students as they receive from our instruction, so we’d like to pass it along by showcasing some of their impressive student projects. Periodically, we’ll highlight great work coming out of our classrooms on this blog.

Tic Tac logo redesign

Last quarter in Tim’s Brand Standards Manuals class at Chicago Portfolio School, Allison Chod chose to redesign the identity for the Tic Tac brand. In addition to building an identity system around her new mark, she also created packaging concepts and a brand book to guide usage of the new rollout.

Tac Tac identity redesign

Allison’s work was selected as one of four winners in the Best Of Quarter competition. Congratulations, Allison.

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3 Responses to “Student Spotlight: Tic Tacs Redesign”

  1. Maria says:

    Love this work. It is hanging up in a gold frame as one of the “Best of Quarter” piece.

  2. pat taylor says:

    Very clever what was done with the two “ts”.

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