Sophie Hague
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Sophie Hague

Graphic DesignerSheffield, United Kingdom
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Sophie Hague

Graphic DesignerSheffield, United Kingdom
About me
My name is Sophie and I am currently a final year Graphic Design User Experience student from Sheffield Hallam University. My interests lie in human-centred design and creating work for social good. I have a keen interest in UX , UI , branding and developing design systems that best fit my target audience’s needs. My perception of what design is and what it can be is heavily influenced by my aspirations, environment and morality. Human-Centred design fulfils my desire to improve functionality and equity in design as it puts the user at the forefront of innovation. Each project I have worked on has been a unique endeavour, providing me with an opportunity to develop both professionally and personally. I would describe myself as a driven, compassionate individual with a positive mindset. I like to help build towards a warm and friendly working environment collaboratively where I can listen and communicate ideas from my peers to work towards innovation and creativity. You can view my portfolio at sophiehague.co.uk
Projects
  • Beats Per Mile
    Beats Per Mile74% of UK adults have felt so stressed at some point over the last year they felt overwhelmed or unable to cope.  Therefore there is a need to introduce a service that can be used on the go, aimed at creating a safe space to enter a tranquil state, whether thats on the journey home from work, doing the daily commute or finishing up house chores.  Beats Per Mile is a health and well-being app aimed at reducing stress levels by playing music which is tailored to your mood. Beats Per Mile uses the
  • Look! RSA Press Play proposal
    Look! RSA Press Play proposalI recently submitted my entry for the RSA's Press Play Design brief in partnership with Lego. In the UK, 90% of deaf children are born to hearing parents with little experience of how to communicate with a deaf person. Many families struggle to communicate with their deaf child, creating a gap in social development which consequently lead to slower rates in language development for deaf children. Look! Is an interactive app proposal that encourages children and parents to learn sign language
Work history
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    Lead Consultant in the Global Business Design ChallengeSheffield Hallam University
     - Sheffield, United KingdomFreelance
    I freelanced as the lead in the Global Business Design Challenge in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University and La Trobe University in Australia Melbourne, I was in charge of creating all the Promotional Assets for the new founded collaboration between the two universities. Overall it was a really rewarding job where I learnt important skills such as delegation, pitching to clients and also meeting client needs.
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    Lead Consultant in the Global Business Design ChallengeSheffield Hallam University
     - Sheffield, United KingdomFreelance
    I freelanced as the lead in the Global Business Design Challenge in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University and La Trobe University in Australia Melbourne, I was in charge of creating all the Promotional Assets for the new founded collaboration between the two universities. Overall it was a really rewarding job where I learnt important skills such as delegation, pitching to clients and also meeting client needs.
Skills
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Fusion360
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Indesign
Education
    Department of Art and Design at Sheffield Hallam University logo
    Department of Art and Design at Sheffield Hallam University logo
    Graphic Design DegreeDepartment of Art and Design at Sheffield Hallam University
    Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Currently I am in my final year of university where I student BA Hon Graphic Design: User Experience
Awards
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    Two + Two participantCreative Resource
    I was fortunate enough to take part in this years Two + Two event created by Creative Resource and sponsored by Wejo and Steven Bartlett. The aim of the competition was to create a social campaign that encouraged Gen Z to advocate for the benefits of data sharing amongst an older audience. Overall the day was a great experience and I was able to work alongside advertising, marketing and creative students up and down the North.