Hello, My name is Jagjit and I'm a graphic designer based in London. I like creating meaningful and memorable brand experiences with interesting people and ideas. You can see a few of the things I've done on this website that have been created while in full time work, during current and previous roles, and during my time as freelance. A few years ago I graduated in Industrial Design and Technology from Brunel University London and then gained a Masters in Design from University of Leeds. Now I get to work on exciting ideas with amazing people, which has so far involved creative campaigns for retail, corporate, games, trailers, mobile apps, and virtual reality. When I am not working I like to try new ideas and make things that I think might be fun for myself or friends to see. But what I enjoy most is that I might learn a bit more about myself in the process.Locked Pro Plan feature
Designing and delivering corporate identity, editorial, art direction, brand development, campaign planning, and trend forecasting for both Arcadia head office and multi-brand fashion store Out t. Collaborating daily with artworkers, print teams and marketing, while working alongside and advising junior, and supporting the senior designer. I have managed multiple projects from end to end with various internal and external clients and stakeholders as part of the wider business.
A creative agency where I worked closely with a range of small and large name UK and international clients, including Fashion Retail Academy and Bandai Namco, on a mix of digital and print projects that included VR as well as developing the in-house website.
Multiple projects focusing on usability, branding, digital, and print with various businesses, startups, and individuals.
Worked closely with a global risk management company to completely refresh their identity, by developing a new website to provide them with a credible and professional presence in line with their business values across multiple platforms.
I was part of an interdisciplinary team, where I contributed graphic design such as inforgraphics for an “all-encompassing graphical manifesto” used to educate the general public about the effects of carbon emissions.