Danielle Scregg

Danielle Scregg

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Danielle Scregg

Danielle Scregg

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Studying graphic design at Shillington college has changed my life. Since graduating with a degree in Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies (a few years ago), I have wandered, quite literally, around the world. Working in various restaurants, offices and places before returning to the UK with a mission. A mission to channel my skills, gained from self-tuition, curiosity and my degree, into something I have wanted to do since I realised I enjoyed planning a layout of a magazine more than writing the content. I enjoy producing exciting packaging designs that are playful and fun. I have experience in designing magazines and producing online content, to include animations, mainly for the British Heart Foundation. I can’t wait to progress within the constantly evolving, fascinating world of graphic design. I enjoy playing with typography and designing things that improve people’s moods. I hope you enjoy looking at my work and I would love to hear from you in the near future.
  • Editorial Design
    Editorial DesignOver the past few months I have enjoyed working on the production of various magazines. Here is an example of the work I have produced for the British Heart Foundation charity.
  • Packaging
    PackagingPackaging design for organic eggs. Fun and light hearted approach, to help parents encourage their children to eat a healthy breakfast. Taking reference from eggs and soldiers, to incorporate playfulness into eating.
  • Carbon Website
    Carbon WebsiteCarbon emissions information. Using comic books as a reference point, creating a superhero story and game that explains how people can reduce their carbon footprint.
  • Fashion Rental Company
    Fashion Rental CompanyClothes Like fashion rental company. A brand identity for a fashion rental company that will reinvent retail, making high end fashion more accessible to women. Using the idea of a search bar to search for your favourite celebrity outfit.
  • Oxford Owl
    Oxford OwlChildren’s book reading event. Advertising for a children’s book reading event, using typography to help adults make learning fun for their children.
  • Lunaland Report
    Lunaland ReportAnnual report for the Luna Land theme park. The concept is based on the two differing emotions someone may feel whilst at a theme park; the fear and excitement. With fear being represented in the typography and the excitement being represented through the colour treatment on the imagery.
Work history
    Graphic DesignerWardour Communications
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    I am involved in the production of the British Heart Foundation’s quarterly magazine called Heart Matters. Since I started in January, I have seen the spring magazine through from concept stage to print, and I am currently in the final stages of the summer issue. I have also been involved in the production of various other publications for different clients, to name a few; Heineken, Deutsche Bank, Sanlam, London Stock Exchange Group. I have also contributed to some online assets for the British Heart Foundations website and animation videos.
    Graphic Designer/Marketing AssistantNBBJ
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    I was responsible for the production of the companies bid material, brochures and pitch documents, which were produced in order to win projects.
  • Graphic Design
  • Adobe Indesign/illustrator/photoshop
  • Social Meda
  • Editorial Design
  • Illustration
  • Print Design
  • Sketch
  • Digital Design
  • Web Design
  • Photoshop
    Shillington logo
    Shillington logo
    Graphic DesignShillington
    London, United Kingdom
    The one thing that sets Shillington College apart from a degree and other courses is their focus on intense, industry-targeted training in an environment which mimics studio conditions.
    BA Journalism, Media Cultural Studies (honsUniversity of the West of England
     - Bristol, United Kingdom
    During the course of my studies I have been able to further my knowledge and expertise in a number of areas. I have filmed, edited, designed, photographed and interviewed. I have grown to love the need for precision and learnt that sometimes this cannot be achieved quickly.