Hey, I'm Verity, and I'm a graphic designer. I’ve studied for the past few years at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. During my studies, I’ve gained an interest in design for change with the majority of my projects having a social or political direction. I’ve also gained invaluable opportunities at university: I’ve been able to set up my own charity with a fellow student, worked commercially on international campaigns with Brompton Bicycles, designed four store windows in Covent Garden, One in Hong Kong and One in Barcelona and helped to curate an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, NY. I enjoy working around design that has a compelling story to tell and is nearly always in the category of "design for change". I want each project to be centred in conceptual thinking, to have a different direction with a variety of approaches and; styles. I've found that if I approach a project by the parameters of thought, not the parameters of the brief, each project has its own breath and journey. Which leads to more diverse outcomes, I also always need my outcomes to be productive, to have a purpose which someone other than me could benefit from.Locked Pro Plan feature
Brand Creative: branded promotional material for consumers and on-trade platforms. UI Design for DUSK App. Promotional material, and campaigns for brand collaborations.
As a freelance creative, I worked solely with the Marketing Team on larger National and International Campaigns. I was often working in collaboration with other Companies like Cambridge Satchel Company and Cycle Surgery. The work was diverse in scale and mediums needed. As the sole designer for Brompton at the time it was an intense path from initials to concept to development to finals. Often with many campaigns on at the same time
As Brompton Bicycles intern, I worked closely with The Engineer Designers and the Marketing Team. At the time I was the only in-house designer, so I took on major responsibilities, including: whole marketing campaigns, email designs, website, packaging, factory floor way-finding system, store layouts, store window displays and more.
I was involved in the assembling of intricate paper models towards Makerit’s exhibition 'Meraviglia', a show for London Design Festival 2016
IF (InFocus) is an organisation set up to celebrate the photographers, creatives and designers making an impact in the Environmental Sector, by communicating visually. My role since the creation of IF includes any print documents, social media, helping with curating exhibitions; so far IF has collaborated with The UN, Olympus Cameras and Water-To-Go.
New York, NY, USA Portland, OR, USA
BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design is a well-respected course that builds on the rich heritage of graphic design education at London College of Communication. The teaching is innovative and encourages exploration of materials, media, and methodologies related to key subject areas, including social design, branding, information design, typographic media and communication environments. The course addresses a growing need for designers who are original and divergent thinkers who can identify, analyse and solve communication problems. Through the excellent global contacts, I had the opportunity to take a directed year out in the industry where I worked in London UK, New York NY USA and Portland OR USA.