- Adapt was a typographic response to myself breaking my foot and being home-bound for a couple of weeks. We were given a brief in which we had to respond to our surroundings in the environment. My environment for the length of this project was my room and my laptop and phone. I wanted to portray how I was adapting both to my new physical and mental environment and also adapt the brief so I was able to respond correctly without leaving my home.
- Public! Notice! was a conservation week in which 109 designers took part in making the community of Edinburgh talking about social change. The goal was to enable to community to effect, protect and create movements for the greater good. My role was to create the branding for the week. Which ended in an exhibition showcasing all the work being made from the week.
- This project was to create two posters symbolising where you are as a designer now, and a poster symbolising where you want to be in ten years. This led to me using imagery of my face to symbolise my wants for my future. Basing off communist posters of the 20th Century using these strong giant-like figures highlighting the state moving forward. My face looking upwards to the future. I also felt the portrayal of my face was a good signifier of how much information on myself now I was prepared to give.