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Forward Partners is an investment studio that nurtures start-up ecommerce companies such as Thread.com, AppearHere, Wool and the gang, Lost My Name and Spoke. As a designer at Forward Partners I work client-facing- concept to delivery with some of our fantastic in-house portfolio companies: Lexoo, Live Better With and The Gifting co. to create brands that will flourish. My responsibilities include: - Carrying out UX work, building user journeys and personas - Designing responsive websites and executing them with the help of a front-end and back end developer. - Designing apps and again working with the developers to bring this to life. - Designing emails - Running social media campaigns - producing the graphics and writing the copy (banners, MPU's) - Photography for sites - Producing print work - leaflets, posters, booklets, banners - Branding - logo, colour palettes, font pairing, business cards
During my internship at Class Creative I learnt many new skills. I worked with a number of new clients from Birmingham Future through to Style Chemistry, producing wireframes, designing and ad hoc maintenance for existing clients. As I was studying for the final year of my degree and project managing WGC at the same time, I definitely learnt how to juggle my time. Responsibilities included: - maintenance on sites - pitch preparation - website assets - wireframes - web design - advertising
I created a suite of creative messages for Oasis that could be integrated in store and online. I then brought the messages to life by designing them to be on brand with the existing Oasis aesthetics.
In 2014 I won the Ian Emes branding awards which was an amazing experience! The sponsor for this award was Boxer Brand Design
In 2013 I was awarded 2nd place in the Digital Category in the B-Hive Competition. The judges told me it was due to how I combined strategy, User Experience and design with strong results. The prize was 6 weeks of paid placement at some of the top digital agencies in the Birmingham.