Jordan Longhurst

Jordan Longhurst

Web Content DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Jordan Longhurst

Jordan Longhurst

Web Content DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
London based graphic designer, with a keen eye for editorial layouts, typography and creative direction. Perusing my love of digital and analogue photography as a creative side hustle.
  • Rekindle Magazine
    Rekindle MagazineBrief- Collaboratively curate and design your own magazine, dedicated to the culture of the 21st century, including a photo narrative on the subject of Migration. Response- Rekindle Magazine, designed to promote ways of slowing down in the hectic-natured 21st century. Our magazine was designed with the intention of creating a visually calm atmosphere for the reader to digest the content without being overwhelmed. The final printed copy consisted of 121 pages, of our own original content.
  • Another Way
    Another WayBrief- Design the branding and promotional material for my own event ‘Another Way’, aimed at young adults who wish to travel the world, whilst minimising the damage caused to our eco-system. Response- A set of three A2 posters promoting the event, a double sided A3 guide to the event, promotional stickers and tote bag merch. I experimented with use of language on the posters, to link the main text to the name of the brand into one sentence.
  • Feminist Book Cover series
    Feminist Book Cover seriesBrief- Design a series of three book covers for the three award winning feminist novels, to be sold as a set. Consider front and spine design for the books being displayed in store. Response- Using photography and image manipulation to link the different books together, making them become more of a series through design. The imagery acts as a full bleed on the spine as a teaser of the cover image.
  • Migration
    MigrationA shoot based on the word Migration, art directed and shot by me for Rekindle Magazine. Migration in any form relates back to movement. I wanted to created an abstract shoot based around the beauty within that movement, and capture it within a still photograph. Shot on a Canon 7D Shoot location- Wells Next-The-Sea, Norfolk
  • Snippet
    SnippetProject- I have a huge love for travel and photography, and wanted to design a book that included some of my favorite images to remember the trip by. I designed this book with the intention of making more to create a series. The publication is split in two (Sea and Land), and each image is captioned with the exact location of where it was taken, as well as the camera and lens used.
  • 36 Hours in Budapest
    36 Hours in BudapestA live brief from New York based design agency SPD. I designed a two spread feature for a travel magazine, giving a step by step guide of how to spend 36 hours in the city of Budapest. The target audience was a "young, independent traveller" so I designed the spreads to be eye-catching, with a clear sophisticated layout that would draw in the reader, without making the content seem overwhelming. I also chose to use my own photography throughout the article, all taken on an analogue camera (Cano
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Projects credited in
  • Rekindle Magazine
    Rekindle Magazine
  • Rekindle magazine
    Rekindle magazineMagazine design | Identity design | Art direction | Photography | Writing A collaborative project exploring how we can use art, craft, nature, and lifestyle choices to slow down and reconnect with ourselves, our environment, and our communities.
Work history
    Digital Artworker / Designer
    Graphic DesignerOcado retail
    Hatfield, United KingdomFull Time
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  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Photography
  • Customer Interaction
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • 35mm Film Photography
  • Editoral Design
  • Magazine Design
  • Adobe Creative Suite
    Design for Publishing BA (hons)Norwich University of Arts
     - Norwich, United Kingdom
    I studied Graphic Design for one year at NUA, and then chose to specialise in Design for Publishing for the last two years. The course allowed me to pursue my interest in editorial design and photography, learn a range of new skills and collaborate with other creatives over the course of three years. I graduated with a 2:1 in July.
    Photography A LevelSeevic College
     - Benfleet, United Kingdom
    A Level Photography allowed me to take photographs with more depth, and learn the skills I had been lacking since purchasing my first DSLR at the age of 15. Since then I have been self taught in Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. This course also influenced my personal decision to take up analogue photography, as it was scrapped from my course the year I started. I also passed this course with an A.
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