I create both: digital and print unconventional artwork for individuals/businesses who want to stand out from the crowd. I use design software and hands-on approach whilst communicating to their audiences so that brands have maximum impact. Since design world is congested with repetitive branding, I offer exceptional visual identities to those in need. Always eager to learn more and being proactive, I have collaborated, freelanced and worked on some exciting projects during my year after university. Developing my skills in coding as well as UX design, I am hoping to meet your web design needs in the near future.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working alongside the founder to create label's merchandise using screen printing. Ensuring new releases' album artwork is on brand and creating digital graphics for socials.
Created exclusive 70s/80s/90s inspired men's and women's designs for the brand’s AW20 collection.
Working closely with the founder via email and other social media channels. Designing both: long and short sleeves.
Streamlined a variety of graphic artwork and video campaigns for the events using design software, i.e. Photoshop, Illustrator, Final Cut Pro. Also, made design templates according to the branding guidelines. Consistently met and exceeded employer's expectations which resulted in me getting more projects on a daily basis and coworkers trusting me with bigger briefs.
Degree consisted of single and group projects where teamwork, negotiation, problem solving and time management skills were developed through pitching/negotiating ideas with peers, expressing concepts usually in written form and presentations to justify our final ideas. IT knowledge was enhanced thanks to lessons of InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. The final year was based on 2 publications, both of which involved layout, illustration and other visual communication types; art direction, photography, publishing. Aside from having two major projects under my sleeve, I was in the degree show's committee; the head of graphic design and visual communication. Took charge of the show's visual identity (logo, posters, colour palette). Feedback was given which signified the event had impacted positively on both students and visitors.