I am motivated, enthusiastic and a fast learner. As a young designer with a very creative mindset I have a desire to find solutions for any work that comes my way. I like to create work that is meaningful and relevant to modern society. I seek to create change through design. My skills embrace numerous design techniques and my professional work attests to this.
- Waves applicationI created a design for a app I called 'Waves' in 2021. My idea for this project was to tackle mental health within students. The platform typically specialises in music, listening sessions and podcasts which help relieve stress and anxiety for students. The apps layout focuses a lot on the psychology of colour, at the time I was very interested in this concept and how colours can affect the way users feel and or react, so used this in a creative way.
- ISTD Awards 2022In 2022 I tackled the brief from the ISTD assessment and chose the section titled 'Shaping The World'. I focused on Aesops Fabels as they have resonated with me since a young age and I think the stories are important in modern society within children. I created a publication which was influenced by my interests in the stories, I focused on a few of the moral lessons and modernised the stopries through my design choices, focusing on typography and illustration. The digital spreads were then print
- Mama + BearMama & Bear was created as a collaboration. This was for the RSA Student Desin Awards 2021-2022. The business propersition includes a monthly subsciption package for mother and child. The contents aims to help with the issues that arise with working at home (hybrid home) and balancing out home life with work life. We focused on the packaging and prototype designs to showcase a mockup of how you would recieve each package.
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(BA hons) Graphic DesignOxford Brookes University
Oxford, United Kingdom
2:1 BA (Hons) Graphic Design
ShortlistedCreative ConscienceMyself and Jess were shortlisted for the creative conscience awards for our creation of a publication which focused on mental health in children, called 'How Have You Bean?'. We used our illustrative and typographic skills to create a visual narrative of a character going through every day struggles and tried to find a means of a solution through tasks.