This internship involved taking the festival's identity and creating an engaging and informative explanatory sequence. It was very insightful and educational to work with a smaller team. I found being able to easily exchange thoughts and ideas with other the designers had a positive impact on my design process
Blended-AIM is an international programme which brings together students from universities across Europe to collaborate on a live project. I found this experience very intense but very enjoyable. I have found that it has improved my communication skills having spent a lot of time talking and working with people who speak English as a second language. I also had the opportunity to pitch the final product to the CEO and CTO of our host company and lecturers from the other universities.
As a Designer I was responsible for determining the needs of the user, creating designs and presenting them to the client. I also had to collaborate with the development team during the build phase.
Subjects covered: Branding User Experience Motion Graphics Web Design, Photography Digital Publishing User Psychology,
3rd place in GDFS's annual 2 day Live Project event.