Jordan Smith
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Jordan Smith

Graphic DesignerNorthampton, United Kingdom
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Jordan Smith
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Jordan Smith

Graphic DesignerNorthampton, United Kingdom
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  • OUR GREAT NATION - EXPERIMENTAL FILM
    OUR GREAT NATION - EXPERIMENTAL FILMExperimental film created for University Of Northampton, Experimental Practise. This film is used to show the oppression and abuse of North Korean citizens through a horror movie styled trailer.
  • FINAL MAJOR PROJECT - WORLD WAR III
    FINAL MAJOR PROJECT - WORLD WAR IIIShown here is my Final Major Project for my University course. For my FMP I created a 30cmx30cm book, simply entitled as 'III' (pronounced 'three'), that would speculate and hypothesise on a post-apocalyptic world from a sole survivors perspective, which displays a dark and decaying world through unique images and sparse writings. Each image was created from merging and editing multiple free images, to build a completely different one. To say that this task was fun was an understatement as it w
  • UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON - AVENUE TV
    UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON - AVENUE TVThe aim for this task was to create an online space for design students that allowed designers and employers to connect. Students would upload work and employers could search for someone they felt would be good to contact regarding employment. I worked on my own for this project and wanted to create something simple, clear-cut, yet recognisable, much like Google. After several iterations and changes, I eventually found a design that I was happy and confident to show as my final 'Avenue TV' logo
  • EXPERIMENTAL SPACE - 'SPARE CHANGE'
    EXPERIMENTAL SPACE - 'SPARE CHANGE'A small project in which I and a group used an empty space to covey a modern problem within the world. Using the issue of 'Homelessness' in todays society, we wanted to show the awful conditions in which some of these unfortunate people live. We wanted to show everybody what it was like, to live in these conditions. Whilst some elements like temperate could not be replicated, we did include wind through the use of a fan to represent the weather. To play on homelessness and lack of wealth, we use
  • KIERAN SMITH - CAGED BIRD ALBUM & SINGLES COVERS
    KIERAN SMITH - CAGED BIRD ALBUM & SINGLES COVERSBeginning May 2020, musical artist Kieran Smith released his brand new album titled 'Caged Bird'. Whilst Smith had been working on this new project for years, he never quite new what his album and single covers would eventually look like. Smith ended up contacting me asking for help on creating a brand new, elegant, bold and minimalist design for his latest and greatest work. I was honoured to assist him and after listening to the songs included within Caged Bird, I knew the exact tone, look an
  • PENGUIN DESIGN AWARDS 2020 - A SHORT HISTORY OF NEARLY EVERYTHING BY BILL BRYSON
    PENGUIN DESIGN AWARDS 2020 - A SHORT HISTORY OF NEARLY EVERYTHING BY BILL BRYSONEvery year, Penguin Books hold a design competition to recreate a famous book cover and spread from a select three. In 2020, I set my aim high and redesigned the spread for Bill Bryson's brilliant book titled 'A Short History Of Nearly Everything'. ​I wanted my design to contain everything within our universe, in some shape or form. I decided this was best represented by showing a few identifiable symbols that could represent all these things. Within my spread, there are specs in the background
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  • D&AD Audible
    D&AD AudibleEat sleep listen repeat audible out of house campaign. This campaign centres around the main phrase on all the posters, and the words are each taken from a different book to show the range of the online library. Eat sleep listen repeat is a phrase that would click with the target audience of 25-35 year olds well.
  • University Of Northampton, BA (Hons) Graphic Communication
    University Of Northampton, BA (Hons) Graphic CommunicationOur Graphic Communication course explores the ever-developing field of graphic communication within the creative industries through practical application and investigative debate. You'll explore new ways to expand and challenge the conventions of visual communication through both experimentation and critical awareness. You'll have opportunities to collaborate on live briefs, cross-disciplinary projects and work with the wider design sectors to reflect professional industry practice. https://d