Hiya I'm Lucy, I consider myself to be a multi-disciplined designer specialising in branding, editorial design and illustration. I love to take on new challenges and learn new skills as I believe that is the key to becoming a great designer. If you're interested in a chat or to look at further work: Mobile: 07534499081 Email: Lucy.email@example.com Behance: https://www.behance.net/lucygeraghty Instagram: lucyg.designs
- The Night ManagerThe task was to design a book cover for the adult fiction cover choice which is ‘The Night Manager’ by John le Carré. The main focus was try to avoid the usual spy and crime clichés that characterize so many books in this genre. They were looking for a clever, fresh, contemporary and above all original design that appeals to a broad, modern audience.’ My solution was to play on the theme of corruption that runs through out the book. I have included subtle elements of this corruption in my desi
- 2020 DisruptedThis was my final major project at Arts University Bournemouth. The brief was to represent disruption within systems or a particular system. I decided to create an editorial piece which represents the different disruptions that the Coronavirus has caused. It focuses mainly on UK data, however it also contains global data. The project was tackled during the Coronavirus outbreak.
- 30,736 MilesThe brief was to design a typographic piece which celebrates the theme of migration. I could interpret this however I wanted. This is an editorial piece which is an interview/discussion conducted by me with my grandad about his time in the army. My grandad travelled to many countries that was across 30,736 miles. The piece reflects his experience with never before seen images. It also shines a light on his Parkinson's disease which affects his memory and our conversation. This is reflected in p
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Projects credited in
- Arts University of Bournemouth, Visual CommunicationVisual Communication’s vision explores and examines the importance of visual communication in relation to culture and society, whilst championing the significance of an interdisciplinary approach. The course is interested in interdisciplinary processes of developing ideas and communicating through visual language. Visual communication is a continuum and seamless spectrum of creative activity, from conceptual practice to mainstream design. Visual Communication produces graduates who are able t28
Alton, United KingdomPart Time
Despite not being a design role, I'm extremely creative in the kitchen. I have learnt key skills within this job, especially working under pressure within time frames which is essential in any design role. I have also developed great communication skills while training new chefs and also being head of the kitchen at times. I have a great work ethic being part time/full time employed throughout my while studies.
- Editorial Design
- Infographic Design
- Book Design
Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignUCA - University of Creative Arts
- Farnham, United Kingdom
I finished a Level 3 Diploma in Art and Design specialising in Graphic Design. This course gave me great experience and knowledge in the wider arts.