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As a very imaginative individual who really enjoys her work, I love to come up with creative solutions to design problems and my ultimate goal is to use design to make a difference. I have completed a BTEC National Diploma, along with a BA (Hons) Degree in Graphic Design, and have been working in the creative industry since 2010.
Whilst freelancing, I one day landed at Hogarth Worldwide in Milton Keynes and ended up staying for the best part of three years. Although work was all on the Santander account, there was a variety of sub-brands within the account that enabled me to do a variety of creative design work. This includes external design such as campaign items everyone will see in branch, infographics for the Santander social media sites, illustrative work seen by the employees only, design for the internal website, interactive PDFs, and storyboarding for animations and motion graphics. I have since transferred to the London office in order to work on new accounts (such as Acer, The AA, Toni&Guy, Herbal Essences, Colgate and HSBC), to further expand my design skills and broaden my horizons.
Whilst freelancing I worked on some wonderful brands such as Audi, Whitbread, Laura Ashley, Debenhams, Barclays and Santander, at great companies; BBH (Bartle Bogle Hegarty), Communisis and Hogarth. I was required to do artwork for print, image retouching, layout design, illustration and more. I was very happy to settle in at a moments notice and felt confident and comfortable working in teams as well as alone.
At Thunder Design I was required to produce artwork and graphic design for a number of different companies including blue-chip brands such as Carita, Décleor and Yves Saint Laurent. I have worked on sales presenters, posters, brochures, leaflets, Flash advertisements, image retouching in Adobe Photohop, as well as drawing vector graphics from scratch in Adobe Illustrator. This job welcomed me into the studio environment and taught me about creating for print as well as refreshing and sharpening my skills across the Adobe Suite.
As my first creative job, my duties involved creating displays of all different aspects (from fashion mannequins to BBQ’s), creating display signage for various departments using programs such as Adobe Illustrator, QuarkXPress, and using the vinyl plotter program; Composer. I was trained to use the company’s budget program, ‘Wires’, in order to keep track of the department’s expenditure. I also on took further responsibilities such as creating floor plans and liaising with department’s Managers to promote their stock.