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    VICTOR DATUPERSONAL PORTFOLIO

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    BAYANI BITES (BRANDING & PROMOS)

    Created different logos, an icon set, and promos for my high school senior year 

    entrepreneurial 

    project.

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    SCHEDULE (PRINT DESIGN)

    Designed a layout of my freshman year schedule for the second semester.

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    FILIPINO PROJECT

    (TYPOGRAPHY)

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    ECONOMICS FOR DUMMIES (PRINT DESIGN)

    Created 

    layout 

    for 

    my 

    high 

    school 

    economics 

    project 

    based 

    on 

    the 

    “For 

    Dummies” 

    series.

     E c o n o m i c s

     C h a p t e r  o n  C o m

     p a r a t i v e  A  d

     v a n t a g e

    What is Comparative Advantage?

    ----------------------------What’s the Law of

    Comparative Advantage?----------------------------

    What’s the different betweenComparative Advantage and

     Absolute Advantage?

     Wri t t en  b y  J o

     s e p h B u s t o , B

    r an d o  Ar c e ,  an d  Vi c t

     or D a t u

    Economics for Dummies   1

    Comparative Advantage

    Hero vs. HumanIntroduction to Comparative Advantage in the Context of Superheroes and Average Joes

      Let’s just imagine for a second that you are in a grocery store, purchasing your weeklygroceries. Undoubtedly, you will need to get your groceries home. Unfortunately, your theoretical

    self lacks both the necessary strength to even push the cart containing your groceries, as well astransportation to bring your groceries to the suburbs in which you reside. You have two optionsavailable: ask a friend to come help you with your groceries, or hire Superman.

    Now, at face value, the obvious choice here is to hire Superman. After all, a

    superhuman Kryptonian with super strength and flight can surely get anythinganywhere quickly, much less groceries. He even has laser eyesight with which to defend himself, and

    whatever items are on his person! The Man of Steel would make a perfect delivery boy. He wouldget you and your groceries home in a few seconds. However, Superman, being the superhero that he

    is, has other priorities. Namely, refurbishing his Fortress of Solitude. Having taken that intoconsideration, Superman’s delivery fee starts at one million pesos.

    Your friend, on the other hand, is a regular, run-of-the-mill citizen. An average Joe, so to speak. You’d phonehim on your cellular, he’d come over with his beat-up pickup truck, and drive you home. The entire process would take

    over two hours, more if you happen to run into traffic. However, since he’s your friend, you’d only have to pay for gasmoney.

     

    Comparative advantage is the ability to produce or offer something at a lower cost than others. This is an

    example of it. While Superman is immeasurably faster than your friend at bringing you and your groceries home, hiringSuperman is too costly. Even if your friend takes two hours longer than our friendly neighborhood Kryptonian, theopportunity cost of asking your friend for a favor and only having to pay for gas money outweighs the extra time it takes

    for your friend to accomplish the same task as Superman.

    EconoTalk!Key definitions to help you understand Comparative Advantage

     

    Let’s delve into this further using another story. Everybody knows who His Airness is, and he is

    none other than the NBA legend, Michael Jeffrey Jordan. This man has changed the game of basketballand it would be no doubt that he possesses an absolute advantage for it. For all I know, MJ

    could also be a very fast typist. Hence, having an absolute advantage for typing as well.

    Question: That is, if someone has an absolute advantage in something, doesn't heautomatically have a comparative advantage in it? The answer is NO.

    Let’s try to analyze the situation. If Michael were to take time off the court and stop his career to type out

    papers, he will be definitely sacrificing a big amount of money, as well as a championship ring, during his time of absencefrom the basketball scene. However, if, instead, he makes his secretary do the typing work, the secretary will be giving up alow-paying basketball salary (if the secretary was to play for the NBA). Hence, the secretary is the one who has the

    comparative advantage. The key to understanding comparative advantage cases is to focus on the opportunity

    cost and that focuses on the value of something given up.To further understand the context of comparative advantage, one must understand three important terms/

    concepts and that is; Absolute Advantage, Opportunity Cost and the Law of Comparative Advantage.

    Absolute Advantage is defined as the ability of a country, individual, company or region t o produce a good

    or service at a lower cost per unit than the cost at which any other entity produces that good or service. Basically, tosimply understand it, absolute advantage is met when someone can produce something (product or service) by using less

    resources compared to another.

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    INTACT PROJECT (PRINT

    DESIGN)For

     

    our 

    INTACT 

    Homework, 

    we 

    were 

    asked 

    to 

    design 

    poster 

    depicting 

    either 

    one 

    of 

    the 

    following 

    rules: 

    always 

    wear 

    your 

    ID 

    or 

    follow 

    the 

    dress 

    code. 

    chose 

    the 

    ID 

    regulation 

    since 

    this 

    was 

     joke 

    recently 

    heard 

    about 

    wearing 

    your 

    ID.

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     Strongylodon

    macrobotrys

    THE JADE VINE

    Learn more about thebeauty of this endemic

    species.

    Take a look at the Jade Vine's important role in

    our environment.

    THE JADE

     VINE NEEDS

     YOUR HELP.

     Action towards preserving thisorganism should be a priority.

    The Jade Vine is not only afactor in the country’s tourismfor it’s attractive look, it also

    provides for the bats in thatarea. These flowers arepollinated by bats that are

    drawn to the luminous color ofthe plant. It provides food/

    sustenance for the bats, whichis important for their survival. Ifthe pollination is successful, the jade vine produces fruits. The

     jade vine can provide for otherorganisms as well, thus proving

    that it should be a priority toprotect.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PROJECT (PRINT DESIGN)One

     

    of 

    our 

    projects 

    for 

    Environmental 

    Science 

    10 

    (Laboratory) 

    was 

    to 

    create 

    promotional 

    material 

    about 

    Philippine 

    Endemic 

    species.

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    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PROJECT (PRINT DESIGN)One

     

    of 

    our 

    projects 

    for 

    Environmental 

    Science 

    10 

    (Laboratory) 

    was 

    to 

    create 

    promotional 

    material 

    about 

    Philippine 

    Endemic 

    species.

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    SAUCE BOSS JSEC CHALLENGE STALL (BRANDING & PROMOS)

    Created 

    logo 

    and 

    promotional 

    materials 

    for 

    Sauce 

    Boss.

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    SAMPLE DANCE BATTLE POSTER

    (PRINT DESIGN)Designed a dance battle poster for my production 

    team application to the Company of Ateneo 

    Dancers

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    CHEGO JSEC CHALLENGE STALL (BRANDING)

    Conceptualized 

    logos 

    for 

    Chego, 

    JSEC 

    Challenge 

    Stall 

    that 

    serves 

    Korean 

    Food.