Diana Jarvis

Commissioning, design and artworking in travel publishing

London, United Kingdom
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  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Colour Correction
  • Print Design
  • Digital Design
  • Publishing Design

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Rough Guides

    Rough Guides

    • Publishing
  • National Literacy Trust

    National Literacy Trust

    • Social Enterprise
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    Diana Jarvis design

    Work history


    Freelance designer

    Diana Jarvis design

    Nov 2012
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Freelance
    • Freelance jobs have included: book cover and layout design for Lonely Planet, University of Westminster Press, Duckworth Publishers, LSE Press, Punk Publishing (Cool Camping), The National Forest Company and Explore Books; various marketing collateral (print and digital) for Aspire Marketing, Bright Bee Comms, Travel PR, The British Guild of Travel Writers and Hamilton PR among.


    Oct 2016 - May 2018
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Freelance
    • I was responsible for creating a wide range of print and digital marketing materials – including social media assets, posters, flyers, fundraising packs, digital downloads – to support a growing literacy charity. This was a part-time, in-house role.


    Senior Designer

    Rough Guides

    Sep 2003 - Nov 2012
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Full Time
    • I was responsible for commissioning and briefing freelance designers, photographers and illustrators, design for print (book covers, internal pages, house ads, marketing materials), digital design (app. wireframing and development, eBook and digital asset creation), presenting design concepts to sales and marketing teams and taking in feedback, initial design concepts for new book layouts/liaising with editorial teams, pre-press, retouching, colour proofing, using CMS.



    MSc Environment and Sustainability

    Birkbeck College, University of London

    Oct 2017
    • London, United Kingdom
    • As a result of my years working as a travel photographer, I was increasingly asked to write alongside my images. I didn't feel I had enough knowledge or critical thinking skills to really call myself a writer so I decided to embark on a master's degree. I wanted to have a knowledge base from which to draw a standpoint and opinion which would inform both my photography and writing. In the era of climate change, an academic grounding in environmental matters is applicable to all industries and it is invaluable to my work as a a designer, too. My thesis topic is about responsible photography and image use in the UK travel press.


    BA (Hons) Art History

    University of Leeds

    Oct 1997 - Jun 2000
    • Leeds, United Kingdom


    BTEC Foundation in Art and Design

    Bedford College

    Sep 1996 - Jun 1997
    • Bedford, United Kingdom
    • I specialised in graphic design.