Alistair Devlin

Alistair Devlin

Graphic DesignerGlasgow, United Kingdom
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Alistair Devlin

Alistair Devlin

Graphic DesignerGlasgow, United Kingdom
About me
After graduating from Glasgow School of Art, I have worked as a Graphic Designer in Glasgow City Council. In the Education Department of Glasgow City Council, I worked creating curricular materials with Quality Inspection Officers. I then worked in the Chief Executives Department catering for all Graphic Design requirements for that Department. My highest profile projects for the Council have been the Glasgow Low Emission Zone, Tontine business incubator hub interiors, Glasgow Green Year and Radiance Reflected Exhibition for LUCI. My interests are painting, sailboat sailing and also playing guitar.
  • Case Studies ESF Employability Pipeline
    Case Studies ESF Employability PipelineCase Studies ESF Employability Pipeline which is a booklet showcasing the successes, the programme has had in gaining challenged individuals, meaningful employment. I created a series of illustrations to cover each individual. This first illustration is Case Study ten, which is about a Young Scot afflicted by homelessness and drug addiction, who then with the help of ESF, finds employment with Easy Jet. He then goes on to marry and have a son and is now so happy he has turned his life around.
  • Glasgow Low Emission Zone
    Glasgow Low Emission ZoneGlasgow Low Emission Zone is an initiative by Glasgow City Council and Scottish Government to reduce harmful emissions in Glasgow City Centre.
Work history
    Graphic DesignerGlasgow City Council
    Glasgow, United KingdomFull Time
    I have worked in the Education Department and the Chief Executive Department.
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe XD
  • Adobe Muse
  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Animate
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Microsoft Powerpoint
  • Microsoft Word
    BA Honours in Fine art and DesignGlasgow School of Art
     - Glasgow, United Kingdom