Eureka iPad app
Designed with The Times of London
. An iPad app exploring how science and sport are changing the human race. Download here
I worked on the identity, catalogue
for the Graphic and Media Design Degree Show. We wanted to create an identity from the students’ work rather than forcing a diverse set of existing work to fit within an entirely different identity.
Designed with The Times of London
. Whilst working on the Eureka iPad app I designed a few graphics for the Eureka magazine.
European Space Agency — Redesign
A project to redesign the quarterly publication of the European Space Agency, bulletin
. I decided to make the publication into a newspaper, using a larger format to make use of the fantastic photography owned by the ESA.
Imagine a world where time is divided into 10– and not 24–hours a day; there are 10 days a week too and 10 months in a year. How would you communicate this change to the most fundamental of measurements?
A poster to accompany the Metric Diary.
A real, live, metric clock.
We live in one of the oldest democracies in the world yet we have a system which allows only a quarter of the public to choose the government. This piece depicts visually how democratic our democracy really is. White spaces represent unheard voices.
Finchley Hospital Pictograms
A wayfinding project for a yet to be built hospital in Finchley. I designed a set of pictograms to be used around the hospital. These compliment the overall wayfinding strategy I developed.
Finchley Hospital Wayfinding
A wayfinding solution for a hospital mainly used by outpatients who are familiar with the hospital. I developed a clean, easy to navigate system that will aid navigation when needed but won't dominate the hospital internal architecture.
An exhibition designed and curated with Nicola Ryan
for the London College of Communication 3rd Year Open Studio.
Horus Presentation Templates
Templates for PowerPoint presentations for the Russian based property developer, Horus.
Stationery templates for the Russian based property developer, Horus.
Illy requested submissions for a publication, Illywords
, celebrating 75 years of Illy coffee. My work was chosen to feature in their magazine.
A blog set up to record work produced by others that inspire and interest me.
London Design Festival
An identity project for the London Design Festival. Inspired by the traditions of design I decided to create a typeface based around the isometric grid.
This brief was to visually map our happiness over a period of time. I used Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as a starting point and based my happiness on fifteen characteristics. I monitored how I felt every fifteen minutes for one day. The result is a triptych of posters analysing the data.
A pun coined for a postcard.
A revisit of the 6x6 project.
The first project of the first year was to create a poster to promote our favourite thing. I wanted to contrast the whimsical nature of the brief with a scientific approach.
Presented with a poem from Perec’s Series of Spaces and Other Pieces we were asked to represent the work typographically. The aim was to make the poem easier to read using the design to reflect the content.
For this brief we were asked to research and analyse the Royal Bank of Scotland identity. Using the information collected we were then required to show what we would do to change the brand.
TV Guide — Poster
Using the TV listings for Christmas Day I had to create a poster which would fit on one A2 sheet. We were restricted to one typeface and two colours, although tints were allowed.
A book to demonstrate our typographic knowledge after completing a series of workshops with Hamish Muir in the first year.
Compare and contrast six aspects of these six metro systems; Berlin, London, Moscow, New York, Paris and Tokyo. Present on one A1 sheet without using a key, numerical tables, pie/bar charts or any copyrighted material.
An exhibition for my major project on my foundation course. Water is the most important resource on Earth. I was looking at pollution levels in water and created this installation to show the results.