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Product Design graduate, graphic design obsessed, compulsive coffee drinker. Influenced by culture, design, music and looking up.
Curating and designing the Made In Brunel / Redefining [ Blank] image across print, digital and media. Ensuring cohesive design and brand identity throughout the year into the Graduate Show. Aiding in the creation of the graduate book, including information graphics on placement/internships and wayfinding for the graduate show at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower.
Producing all in-house design media, including advertisements, invitations for events, corporate and event brochures, posters and branding of competitions. Producing and managing social media, marketing emails. Working with partners such as James Purdey and Sons on specific sponsored artwork and PR. Updating and managing company websites and blogs. Event Sales & administration, including paperwork and inputting client data to databases. Photographing events (such as PR days, competitions and the Balvenie shooting cup). In addition to upkeep of the office, supplies and answering client questions.
Graduated with a 2.1 (Second Class (Upper Division) Honours) Product Design is a blend of creative and technical subjects where mechanics and electronics are taught at a theoretical level. The Product Design programme is focused on developing your commercial awareness, technical skills and ability to innovate. The course has technical emphasis, meaning students can develop products that both look good and work well. Final year elective modules include; Human Factors, Contextual Design and Advanced Graphic Communication.