Jack Rodgers


United Kingdom
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About me

I am a multidisciplinary designer with an interest in purposeful design and a strong passion for branding, packaging and identity design. I’m an organised and highly motivated individual, striving to do my best in any given situation. I aim to be organised and minimalist in my design outcomes and hope this is portrayed in my portfolio. As a recent graduate, I am very interested in exploring and gaining any insight I can into the creative industry, whether it’s through work experience or an internship. I hope to broaden my knowledge of graphic design, ensuring I become an asset wherever I work.

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  • UI Design
  • Branding
  • Teamworking
  • Design Thinking
  • Communication
  • Visual Branding
  • Research Design
  • Problem Solving
  • UX Design
  • Adobe Illustrator



(BA hons) Graphic Design

Arts University Bournemouth

Aug 2015
  • United Kingdom
  • Developing creative design strategies, learn to innovate and graduate with the technical, critical, and conceptual skills, highly prized by industry during a three year course.



Shine Awards Shortlist - Kopparberg x Coley Porter Bell

Arts University Bournemouth

  • The Shine Awards is a undergraduate design competition designed to shed light to up and coming talent throughout UK universities within the design discipline. Tasked with creating a new summer campaign for Kopparberg, the brief challenged me to think outside the box and dive into an array of touch points to create a memorable brand experience. Out of the whole competition I was successfully shortlisted into the final 10 contestants, where I had to pitch my idea to a panel consisting of Coley Porter Bell's CEO, and representatives of the client Kopparberg.


AUB 24 x Bestival Live Brief

Arts University Bournemouth

  • AUB 24 was a university held competition, that partnered with the creative team of bestival to solve a brand held problem in a period of 24 hours. Myself and a team of two more created a solution that came first within the university. Following this we then visited the bestival creative studio in London to pitch and work through our idea with a group of creatives.