Rebecca Smith
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Rebecca Smith

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Rebecca Smith
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Rebecca Smith

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Hello, I'm Rebecca, a mum living in London. I've been designing for a while now, but have only recently started doing my own thing — freelancing as Art Memos and working with small businesses. Previously I've worked with Museums, such as working through the whole design process of creating a new visual language for the British Museum. This experience has helped me to always look at the big picture — how things fit together and the importance of underlying design structures & systems that work to make the unique thing about your brand shine.
Projects
  • A new visual language for the British Museum
    A new visual language for the British MuseumFrom 2010—2015 I was part of the core team designing a new visual language for the British Museum.
  • This Girl is Mighty - a new brand
    This Girl is Mighty - a new brandFor feminist homeware brand "Home Truths", I designed the identity, advised on  branding & photography and produced graphics for the product ranges—developing a consistent minimal style with empowering & mindful messages.
  • Digital Mums–finding the essence
    Digital Mums–finding the essenceWhile working through designs for various collatoral, I began to simplify & find connections to unify the Digital Mums brand—such as using full page photos (& quotes) that appealed to the emotions, using more & more of just one colour (with black & white). This led to developing a consistent visual language—through applying this clean layout with an underlying grid-system, consistent typography & icon styles.
Projects credited in
  • Marketing campaign for Grayson Perry at the British Museum
    Marketing campaign for Grayson Perry at the British MuseumI led on the marketing campaign for Grayson Perry's Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman at the British Museum from 6 October 2011 to 26 February 2012. The campaign included a call out for a 'stunt double teddy' to ride on the back of the Turner Prize-winning artist's motorbike, on display in the museum's iconic Great Court.
Work history
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    Graphic DesignerArt Memos
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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    Web DesignerThe British Museum
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
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Skills
  • Design
  • Branding Design
  • Creative Direction
  • Graphic Design