Alexandra Simmons

Alexandra Simmons

Graphic DesignerBrisbane, Australia
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Alexandra Simmons

Alexandra Simmons

Graphic DesignerBrisbane, Australia
Projects
  • Im-print! Im-press!
    Im-print! Im-press!The ‘Im-print! Im-print!’ live brief propose a design that celebrates the materiality and physicality of print through paper, folio and print production. This brief was set in collaboration with Baddeley Brother, G. F. Smith and Foilco. The outcome was inspired by the formation of waves. It aims to communicate qualities of the ocean through different printing process. The foil intends to capture the reflection of the sun and mimic the sea foam. Where as litho and scoring have been used to defin
  • Disabled People Have Sex Too.
    Disabled People Have Sex Too.The ‘Disabled People Have Sex Too’ campaign breaks down stigmas and tackles taboos - kick-starting positive conversations about sex and disability. The approach is simple. A set of posters that use suggestive, abstract imagery alongside honest, humorous text. A micro-site where users are encouraged to share their own experiences of sex and disability. Finally, a social media campaign that uses Instagram story capabilities to challenge misconceptions, start a discussion and redirect users to the
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  • Disabled People Have Sex Too
    Disabled People Have Sex TooDisabled People Have Sex Too breaks down stigmas and tackles taboos - kick-starting positive conversations about sex & disability. The approach is simple. A set of posters that use suggestive, abstract imagery alongside honest, humorous text. A micro-site where users are encouraged to share their own experiences of sex and disability. Finally, a social media campaign that uses Instagram stories to challenge harmful misconceptions, and redirect users to the micro-site.
  • Disabled People Have Sex Too.
    Disabled People Have Sex Too.A campaign that aims to challenge preconceptions surrounding sex and disability. The posters couple suggestive, abstract imagery with humorous statements to subvert the audience’s expectations. A micro-site contains submitted entries of people’s real experience with sex and disability; it provides a safe space for people to feel reassured and empowered to tell their story. Users can also access the campaign via social media.