- 36 Days of Type36 Days of Type is an annual open challenge inviting creatives to express their take on each letter and number of our alphabet. My series presented here revolves around the theme of art and design history, with each letter being dedicated to a particular movement or technique, and numerals paying tribute to each decade. Each piece uses different techniques spanning digital and analog media, from embroidery, to linocut, to animation.
- WinbyBuilding a timeless brand for a respected artisan. James Winby is a well established and respected furniture designer and maker, who was in need of a much stronger online presence. He had a website which was, in essence, a simple about page with no real user experience design or brand presence. In order to expose his work to a wider audience online, he would need a strong visual brand to complement his excellent craftsmanship and attract new clients.
- PureActive Brand Identity & PackagingGentle can’t be powerful, natural can’t be strong and feminine can’t be tough. False… false… false. PureActive is a startup on a mission to make highly effective health and fitness products that are accessible to all. With the founders, I created a comprehensive brand from the ground up that’s inviting to women in particular, without being patronising. It all began with the concept of grace meeting strength, which is expressed through elegant contrast in everything from the logo, to packaging,
- Maker WeekendBranding a DIY “maker-weekend” in a Berlin-based co-working space, and organising unique events, workshops, parties and experiences. My job at betahaus involved producing visual materials for current events and workshops, often I’d be able to get involved with the organisation or running of these too, so it was fantastic to see the relationship between my designs and the participants at the event. One example here is the August Maker Weekend, a mini-festival with a full line up of DIY workshops
- Do you know what I mean?Mailer and mobile app created for a hypothetical exhibition on miscommunication at the Design museum titled “Do You Know What I Mean?” Book made up of 20 pages printed onto heavy, coloured stock and glossy paper, hand-bound and left with ragged edges to elevate the artisan feel. Wrapped in tissue, screen-printed in a 3 colour fluorescent gradient and enclosed on a protective grey-board sleeve for distribution. Phonetic glyphs are combined with standard Latin characters throughout to convey t
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London, United KingdomFreelance
I work with all kinds of clients around the world—from global corporations like Facebook, to small local startups.
Visual DesignerMarcoPolo Learning
- London, United KingdomFreelance
As the visual designer on a lean, cross-functional team building an award-winning children's educational app, I was responsible for a wide range of design projects. These included designing initial touch-points for the product (such as app store screens, in-app onboarding and sign up flows) as well as a variety of systems, materials and visuals to uphold and enhance the brand.
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- Environmental Design
- Print Design
- Art Direction
- Brand Identity
- Web Design
- Image Manipulation
- Hand Lettering
- Layout Editorial Design