1. Alleycat King
    Smart Phone App/Website Design

     
  2. The Future of Typography
    Creative Thinking/Film

    The purpose of this brief was to thinking what the future holds for various aspects of design. As my specialist area is typography and publishing, my group were tasked with thinking how this will change by the year 2022. We decided to make a film to present our ideas to combine new technologies which reflected out ideas.
    By creating a Time Lapse of the group writing in a book, it fitted nicely combing old and new.

     
  3. Amber Heart - A 21st Century Scotch Whisky
    Branding/Packaging Design
    D&AD Entry 2012

     
  4. Tales to Change the Word
    Typography/Print Design
    ISTD Entry 2012

    The 2012 ISTD brief I chose to do was called ‘Tales to Change the Word’. The concept was to take the short story of ‘The Waitress’ and design a book that used influences and experimentation from magazine design. I focused on the idea of zines and self published books. It was to be small and well designed to appeal to other designers and collectors of zines. It was intentionally given a ‘hand made’ feel to go along with the self publishing image.

     
  5. Promote Vis ComTypography/Poster Design
I was faced with creating a poster to promote the course BA Visual Communication at AUCB. The target audience was prospective students and the theme of the poster had to utilise our own professional practice. Mine being typography, I took a quote that represented how I felt about typography as well as the course.

    Promote Vis Com
    Typography/Poster Design

    I was faced with creating a poster to promote the course BA Visual Communication at AUCB. The target audience was prospective students and the theme of the poster had to utilise our own professional practice. Mine being typography, I took a quote that represented how I felt about typography as well as the course.

     
  6. Dorset Business Awards
    Branding/Identity

    We were asked by a local company to design a new logo for an award ceremony that they run annually. The logo had to incorporate certain elements the client wanted including the shape of Dorset which gave us a challenge to find a way of using it.

     
  7. Greeting Cards
    Typography/Design for Print

    A set of greetings cards. I wanted to keep the design simple but focus on a small detail. I did this by having coloured dots make up the words and imagery and once printed hand embossing each filled dot to give them a nice texture when handling.

     
  8. Wessex Multi Area Partnership
    Branding/Identity

    We were set a live brief to create an identity for a local government initiative called the Wessex Multi Area Partnership. It was set up to bring the local councils of Dorset closer together so the logo needed to represent this.

     
  9. Purus Fuel
    Branding/Identity

    Purus is an imaginary hydrogen fuel company that I created. I designed the logo for the compnay and then went on to look at its overall identity by designing the corporate stationary.
    After designing the logo and surrounding idenitity, I moved on to designing the station itself. I wanted it to follow on in the brand image being simple and clean. I designed it in the shape of a water drop to be aesthetically pleasing as well as functional by providing the required shelter.

     
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    Magazine Spread DesignTypography/Layout Design/Design for PrintI was asked to transcribe an interview with a designer from the web based radio show “Typeradio”. I chose to listen to the interview of Stefan Sagmeister and then made a magazine spread based on some of the interview. I was not allowed to use any of Sagmeister’s own work for images or inspiration but instead take elements from the interview.

    Magazine Spread Design
    Typography/Layout Design/Design for Print

    I was asked to transcribe an interview with a designer from the web based radio show “Typeradio”. I chose to listen to the interview of Stefan Sagmeister and then made a magazine spread based on some of the interview. I was not allowed to use any of Sagmeister’s own work for images or inspiration but instead take elements from the interview.