Kia ora, My name is Alex Mottershead and I am a Graphic Designer from Auckland, New Zealand living in London. The primary focus of my design practice is to create a connection between the consumer and my design. I specifically excel in; generating strong brand communication, taking projects from concepts to print and all things technology (both software and hardware.) I have had over 2 years experience in online and print design in addition to specialising in brand strategy. Previous to this I gained a Bachelor's Degree in Media Design with a major in Graphic Design. I strive in my ability to combine two of my true passions; design and technology, to make stimulating, informative, and communicative designs. If you would like to be a part of this lucrative relationship and truly create something unique please do not hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you once you look at my CV and portfolio. Cheers, Alex MottersheadLocked Pro Plan feature
The leader of a design team that provided clients with creative proposals from concept to production. We provided promotions, creative design solutions, print design and digital (app/web) services. As the manager of this team, I oversaw the delivery of this projects by exceeding all client expectations and on time delivery. Additionally, my role was also to maintain and operate a Canon Image Press 7500 printer, Canon 8700 CE Large Format printer, 2m cold laminator and 2 Ton Press Guillotine. Using these resources we were able to produce publications, P.O.S installations e.t.c for a range of clients.
Involved in the dismantling, disposing and deportation of previously used FM radio transmitters.
A Bachelor of Media Design specialising in Graphic Design will teach you how to communicate using text, images, and form to make visual connections and craft ideas into meaningful interactions. By the end of your third year, you will have designed, constructed and documented a body of work in a portfolio that represents your perspective as an emerging professional designer.
New Zealand Scholarship provides recognition and monetary reward to top students in their last year of schooling. New Zealand Scholarship assessments enable candidates to be assessed against challenging standards, and are demanding for the most able candidates in each subject. Assessment is by either a written/spoken examination or by the submission of a portfolio or report of work produced throughout the year. Scholarship candidates are expected to demonstrate high-level critical thinking, abstraction and generalisation, and to integrate, synthesise and apply knowledge, skills, understanding and ideas to complex situations.