Adobe Live

  • Kieron Lewis

Adobe Live is an online community where creatives can share ideas on topics such as illustration, graphic design, motion design and photography via live streams and live chats. On February 21', I was approached by Adobe to be part of a 3-day Live streamed series, showcasing my skills and design process to their audience. The event was broadcasted on Adobe's Youtube and Behance channels, and it was hosted by designer Kladi Vergine.

I chose to work on a live project for one of my existing clients, A Small Studio, which is an architectural practice working on residential projects as well as landscape and urban design. I designed a booklet which explores the landscape and urban design for bats to promote biodiversity within the city of London, in particular West Norwood. The aim is to help those living in urban environments to improve bats wellbeing through small design changes at home. This involves exploring planting and lighting. In terms of the aesthetic of the booklet, it was influenced by Norwood Works Brand, which is a branded kit designed for local business to have more of a coherent look within the borough of Lambeth. Content was supplied by the Bats Conservation Trust. You can watch my 3-day Adobe Live series here.
Since completing my own Adobe Live session, I've been invited by Adobe to be a regular host on their channel. This opportunity to host has allowed me to meet some amazing creatives from various parts of the world and have a deeper understanding of their work process. You can watch our previous sessions on the below: 2022: Brand designer Whitney Kerney 2021: Art director Rachel Roth Graphic designer Isabelle Poirier YouTuber & designer Lisa Siefert Communications designer Ester Wikström