The assignment required the development of a fictional annual report, containing info-graphics and balance sheets that are to be spread across a minimum of 16 pages. The information could also be sourced from an existing annual report.
The design is based on a hiking and camping supply company, that embodies a less formal and more personal approach to it’s share holders.
The project required the development of a new brand or the redesign of an existing brand. We had to develop a logo that could be spread across multiple forms of branding, such as a letterhead, business and envelopes etc.
For the assignment, I redesigned Paper point’s existing identity, creating a style that has more edge and embodies a style that can be carried across a wide variety of merchandise and branding.
The assignment required us to design a typeface through Robofont, following the form of a grid, and we could choose to either design upper or lower-case.
My designed font was inspired by the appearance of a digital clock, but also embodying sharp edges, and no curves. The typeface is to be used in headings and captions, and should not be used as a body font, due to its large size and thick sides.
The assignment was to create a publication that contained 5000 words on any topic we choose.
My publication was based on my one of my great grandmother’s books about everything. I scanned in all 100 pages and divided them into categories. The 5000 words were evenly spread out across the booklet, with the pages containing text appearing as though they are a bookmark placed amongst the pages of her book.
The assignment was then carried across into a digital and interactive publication.
Within our type design class, our main assignment was to create a typeface in both upper and lower-case that is fully functional.
My typeface is a serif font, named Charlie Brown due to its character-like appearance. It is to be used as mainly a display font and also to be used for captions, but it can also be used within small amounts of body text. Along side this we had to create various types of functional ligatures and glyphs.
The assignment was to create a poster, or a piece of work to be mounted onto a wall to promote yourself as a designer, and your style.
My design follows my style of delicate and intricate technique, but also wanted to breaks away from my comfort zone and uses more bold and loud colours.
The design is meant to appear retro, almost as though it is a iron gate and it was inspired by the Gatsby movie promotional poster. The size is A1, and it is accompanied by A6 stickers that people can take away with them, with my website posted on the back.
We were to design a publication for the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) competition. My chosen topic is based on all facts related to happiness. I wanted to follow a perspective grid, playing with the different sizes and directions of letters.
The booklet also follows a playful grid, and uses multiple pastel colours.
The idea of the booklet is that it’s to be used as a coffee table booklet.
The assignment required us to clearly communicate a large amount of information through to form of a poster, on any topic we choose.
This poster follows the directions of palm reading, with the information displayed as a step-by-step process to be followed. Bright colours and gradients have been used to embody the feeling of ‘magic’, paired with typefaces that follow an exaggerated form of grid.
The brief was to promote the Baths as not only a gyn, but a health club that incorporates a wide variety of indoor and outdoor facilities.
The designs needed to be clear and easy to read as the location of the billboards are placed on Nepean Highway. I only used very minimal text and mainly images, as it is easier to communicate the gym visually.
I wanted to create a evenly flowing design that embodies the Bath's key features of fitness, lifestyle and wellbeing.
Van signwriting for the well-known Brighton Baths Health Club.
As the Brighton Baths Health Club is located along the beach, surrounded by beautiful scenery, the best way to advertise its qualities, was to use lots of imagery.
The brief was to cover the van with large scenic images of the Sea Baths, but also include the gym's features & classes. After working Closely with the Managing Director, we came up with the final following design.
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