I am a London based Creative with good design and problem-solving skills. I hold an award from the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) thus making me a member to the society. My expertises are within print design which includes publication design (spreads and cover), poster design, brochures, leaflets, infographics and business stationary design. I further experiment within the digital design such as wire-framing & website design, banners and social media graphics.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working alongside the Creative Director in a small graphic design agency, creating designs for both print and digital mediums. Currently working on the following projects: a whitepaper design, partial website re-design, manipulating typography in an expressive form for a short animation and developing a brand (including logo design, brand guidelines and a set of assets to be used for different platforms such as presentations, social media post and banners). Worked on a range of client projects on a broad spectrum of industries, from healthcare to technology. Undertaking daily office duties
I have built up a small portfolio of freelance clients with different goals in mind. I have worked with: Summit Therapeutics (Pharmaceuticals), Halo (Biotechnology) and Spot Funding (Brokers). Designing for either or both print and digital graphics. I have further worked with a member of the staff from University of Westminster by re-designing a website as well as collaborating with the BA Photography department by designing a catalogue for their degree show. I also worked with the Creative Enterprise Center (CEC) to design a set of infographics to promote the London Venture Crawl 2020.
Undertaken a Graphic Design Internship in an in-house interior design company. The role involved creating assets for social media, designing presentations, creation of membership plans & programme hand-outs and creating logo iterations to suit current circumstances. All work produced was working towards brand guidelines.
First Class Honours Modules Include: (Year 1) – Visual Language and Communication – Design Process – Design History and Culture – Visual Representation – Visual Narratives –Typography and Communication1 (Year 2) – Representation of Information – Typography and Communication 2 – Authorship and Interaction – Professional Practise – Live Project (Year 3) – Contextual Studies Report – Major Project Research and Development – Information Application –Launch Pad – Final Major Project
During my second year, I had the opportunity to take part within the Student Briefs and have received a membership to the ISTD.