• Posters

    Over the course of the project a number of posters were developed by the team in Austria for use by all project partners. We bought a Canon ImagePROGRAF TM-300 plotter with some of the administration money we were given so that we could print posters at up to A0 size. Here is a selection of them.

    "Chips" poster

    This was our main poster to advertise out project in all partner schools. It was developed by the Austrian team and printed on the plotter we bought for the project.

    Coming soon poster

    This poster was displayed at HAK1 Salzburg to ensure that the whole school community knew that a mobility was about to take place.

    Welcome poster

    This poster was used to welcome participants to HAK1 Salzburg in March 2022.

    Industry 4.0 poster

    This poster was designed to help explain what Industry 4.0 is. We tried very hard to keep the corporate identity the same so that stakeholders would become familiar with the Connecting EU "brand".

    Webshop posters

    A marketing team was responsible for designing posters for our webshop during the workshop in Austria. Here are two of their results:

    Ukraine Dove

    The Ukraine war started just days before our Austria mobility. We discussed how we cound recognise this and show solidarity to Ukraine during the mobility. This poster was the result.


    Infecting EU

    Tongue-in-cheek, we also designed this poster at the end of the March 2022 mobility, when it seemed that the whole of Salzburg had covid. Due to the careful safety measures we implemented, none of the participants became infected. 

    The small print

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