Edward Yau

Graphic Designer

  • Jennifer Hall
  • Taulant Mehmeti
  • Prop Studios


About me

An award winning and driven first class honours design graduate, ambitious to push ideas and open to opportunities in London and in Hong Kong. As a creative in the industry, I am constantly inspired and immerse myself with the latest trends in technology and design. My skills as a graphic designer is diverse, ranging from printed to digital mediums. Collaboration in multidisciplinary teams is something I embrace as way of working and is shown throughout the projects in my portfolio.

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  • Branding
  • Environmental Design
  • Corporate Identity
  • Print Design
  • Art Direction
  • Typography
  • Wayfinding Design
  • Brand Identity
  • Exhibition Design
  • Creative Thinking
  • Logo Design
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Office
  • Photoshop

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    Work history


    Graphic Designer


    Mar 2017 - Jan 2019
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Full Time



    BA(Hons) Graphic Design


    Sep 2011 - Jul 2014
    • London, United Kingdom
    • First Class Honours



    D&AD New Blood Yellow Pencil


    • In collaboration with Hugo Raymond, we created an exhibition identity to take film fashion travelling, hosted by the British Council. As part of the 2014 D&AD New Blood Award briefs, 'Dressing The Screen' was a challenging brief that demanded many different elements to be designed and produced, considering digital and printed materials for the exhibition. Our design response, titled 'Capsule Collection' received a nomination, an In-book annual feature, and successfully won us a prestigious student yellow pencil award. http://www.dandad.org/awards/new-blood/2014/british-council-create-an-exhibition-identity-to-go/2385/capsule-collection/


    • Awarded exclusive membership to the International Society of Typographic Designers, for producing and designing manifesto packs holding a set of 34 declaration posters. My entry 'WE ARE ARTISTS', envisions and encompasses the importance of the art school in the 21st century. I successfully passed the judging criteria within the 2014 Student Awards with my response to the set brief, 'A Manifesto for the Art School'.