Josh Wright

Josh Wright

DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Josh Wright

Josh Wright

DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
As an experienced product and graphic designer, I thrive both as an individual and within team settings. My wide-ranging design capabilities make me extremely versatile, ready to take on any design project or challenge. I believe that my enthusiasm, hunger to excite, and adaptability drives me to excel. Working alongside strategists and anthropologists has enabled me to view design from a business perspective, provided me the opportunity to support with research, and apply this methodology to my design thinking.
  • Kenny Joinery Branding
    Kenny Joinery BrandingFreelance project working with a local joinery start-up to develop their logo and brand identity.
  • Hawes Branding Project
    Hawes Branding ProjectThis was a freelance project in which I was approached to overhaul their branding. The main component of the project was logo design but also included vehicle vinyl wrapping, t-shirt design and branded stationary items.
  • 'Up Late With Rylan' Press Image
    'Up Late With Rylan' Press ImageI designed the press image and a geographical Snapchat filter for a new chat show that was released and aired on Channel 5. The press image was a key part of the marketing campaign and was used to advertise the show online. The Snapchat filter was a fun project which gave me the opportunity to design for a new platform.
  • Channel 5 Re-Brand Posters
    Channel 5 Re-Brand PostersFollowing the Channels re-brand, a set of minimalist posters showcasing the channel's top shows following the Channel 5 re-brand were designed. The office was to undergo a decorative refurbishment. The re-brand was announced and implemented during my employment, and the channel wanted this launch to be a meaningful and significant event, the office re-design played a big roll in this.
  • OMNI - RFID Food Scanner
    OMNI - RFID Food ScannerA mobile app linked to the RFID scanner that allows users to monitor their food. The OMNI app notifies users when foods are close to expiry, generates recipes based on stored food, and allows users to view their food from anywhere, at any time.
  • Rocket Citrus Juicer
    Rocket Citrus JuicerThe Rocket Citrus Juicer was a combination of research, ideation, development, launch and design for manufacture in a fast-paced, one-week project. The outcome was a fully developed product which identified manufacturing methods and costs, as well as packaging and launch campaign.
Work history
    DesignerIdea Couture
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Idea Couture is a global strategic innovation and experience design consultancy where multidisciplinary teams of designers, strategists, and anthropologists work together to solve some of the most difficult challenges businesses face. My role as a designer varied from print and digital, through to 3D and product design. This fast-paced collaborative role offered huge opportunities for growth, giving me the opportunity to become client facing and expose myself to design strategy and apply this to my design thinking practice.
    Channel 5 logo
    Channel 5 logo
    Graphic DesignerChannel 5
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    As part of my placement year, I worked as a graphic designer for 8 months, working on print, digital and motion graphics. Roles included: delivering print and digital artwork in a fast-paced broadcast environment, liaising with marketing and creative departments to develop and finalise deliverables, and supporting the graphic team by translating ideas into finalised concepts through illustration, CAD and design.
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  • Digital Design
  • UI Design
  • Industrial Design
  • Photoshop
  • Brand Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Product Design
  • 3D
  • Web Design
  • Print Design
    Product Design BSc with Professional PracticeThe University of Brighton
    Brighton, United Kingdom
    Designing end to end, I worked by identifying social problems and offering solutions. The process started with research using in-field methodologies and ethnographic research to identify a problem. Through ideation and development, I was able to generate ideas, test them with users and gather feedback, before developing these concepts. The final step in this design process was not only visualising these designs but looking at manufacturing and materials. This was a crucial and valuable step in the design process to create not only a breakthrough product but identify how this would work and be produced in a real-world environment.
    John Lewis Award for Design & Innovation - Runner UpNew Designers (ND)
    As part of New Designers 2017, I exhibited my final year University project ‘OMNI’, an RFID packaging system that aims to reduce household food waste. “A well considered and designed system that has the power to quickly make real and human steps towards a reduction of food waste”