Winner of a prestigious Royal Society of Arts Student Design Award.
A series of walking guides aimed at city dwellers, helping them find serenity close to their home. The Headspace Guides aimed to highlight city walking to be especially beneficial for spiritual health.
The RSA project was vast in application, involving the need to master both wayfinding, typography and editorial skills.
Graphic Design, Typography
Inspired by Japanese Architecture, the typeface seeks unity. displaying text in a precise fashion.
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The International Society of Typographic Designers is a well established group, and yet its visual identity could achieve so much more. This is a response to their 2012 rebrand brief.
From the start I wanted my designs to reflect inherent human needs to gather together, and collect knowledge. From there on conceptual and typographic solutions needed to found to represent this.
Branding, Graphic Design, Typography
Typography ipad app
Recognising new digital advances has allowed us to push just what we can design and how it’s shared. Type Democracy Now is an app that allows users to learn about typography and vote on whether they agree with designer’s thoughts, creating discussion.
To coincide with the launch of the app, a physical ballot box was created, allowing people to actually vote on some quotations featured in the app.
Editorial Design, Graphic Design, UI/UX
The Designer’s Society promotes collaboration and education across a range of disciplines. I worked on the marketing & design team.
This series of designs illustrates a range of printing methods used in order to advertise events. As well as offering the opportunity to meet exciting creative people, I learnt how to manage and budget design projects whilst working alongside some awesome people.
Plymouth University has invested millions in recent years on a state of the art campus. This wayfinding system was built to enhance the environment, using the city’s origins to the sea and water as a theme.
The ancient reservoir at the top of the campus channels water down shallow paths. Information on these paths help people find their way, travelling across the large campus alongside a gentle flow of water.
Directing, Graphic Design, Information Architecture
The Census is good for you
Every day key Government decisions are made based on millions of Census figures. To raise awareness of the importance of completing the census,
I took data on marriage statistics and designed a series of promotional information graphics.
The task of representing data from 60 million people and combining it into one image, produced somewhat of a huge design challenge.
In Britain Via Elsewhere
The ability to converse to such a high level is what makes us human. Using the British Library Sound Archive In Britain Via Elsewhere aims to offer insight into what in means to be British.
The book attempts to answer this by featuring the thoughts of people living in Britain, but who have originated elsewhere in the world. Perhaps their words best define who we are.
Editorial Design, Typography