26 April 2016

Social Media workshop with Julia Atkinson

Friday, 27th May, 9am–1pm.


Studio One Toi Tū,
1 Ponsonby Road


Christchurch, details to be confirmed. Please email Louise to register your interest.



This course provides a one stop breakdown of how and why social media is being used by business in 2016. Using examples we will focus on the popular channels and their advantages/disadvantages, the important part the visual designer plays in social media activity, plus valuable tips to pass on to clients.


Learning Outcomes:

  • How is social media currently being used, and why
  • Exploring different channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest
  • Why should clients, their brands, and you, be involved?
  • Top tips for social media activity


About Julia:


Julia Atkinson brings her knowledge to share from the angle of a small business owner, design industry provider AND a client of visual designers.


With over 8 years running one of NZ’s most popular design sites; Studio Home, she has combined her own experience using social media to promote her business while keeping her finger on the pulse of the activity undertaken by the large Trans Tasman network of brands and businesses she works with.


In 2015 she launched her comprehensive travelling workshop; “A Demystifying Guide to Facebook and Instagram for Small Business” to fully educate and assist freelancers, one-man bands and small projects in using these channels to their true advantage.


$270 Professional / $235 Design Assembly Friend (Not a Design Assembly Friend? Click here for details)
$149 Design Assembly Student Friend (Not a Design Assembly Student Friend? It’s free to sign up. Click here for details)


Tickets available via Eventbrite

(15 people maximum. This workshop requires a minimum of 8 people to run.)


Book early to secure your spot.


Terms and Conditions:
No refund within 24 hours of the workshop date.
50% deposit refund within 8 days of the workshop date.
Tickets are transferable to other people not to other DA workshops.