Here is a non exhaustive list of what the team have been up to since the end of last summer. And my oh my we have been busy.
It doesn’t happen often that some of our work appears on mass media, so please excuse our blatant plugging.
This post is a version of a recent lecture. The question is “What skills and knowledge might future designers be expected to know”.
It has been a busy summer for us here since March 2020. Here are just some of the design-led projects that we have completed in this time. Adapted from a show and tell presentation by Anna and Sam.
This rather rude quote came up in conversation & it got us thinking about how we approach UX, strategy, design and projects in general…
We have been lucky to be taking part in this year’s DXA awards, judging in the Best Website category, with criteria being very much about effectiveness.
See under the hood of how we created the artwork for our new website. Spoilers – it was really good fun.
You may have noticed, or perhaps not, that we have no cookie consent popups on our site. We, as designers and web practitioners, have some real problems with those annoying cookie popups. And we are not alone…
Some of the many infographics we created for HiP Property, showing the state of ICOs and competitors. Complicated but fun these did really well in the campaigns we ran based around them.
Simply stated, it aims to convince design students of the process of design. That without one of the four corners of the diamond then a design presentation (a crit or critique) will be weak.
We have been busy creating a series of banners for The Football Association (The FA) to promote all sorts of things, from upcoming games to the joining of the supporters club. This has been a great opportunity to debate the pros and cons of the HTML5 Banner.
Time for a new flyer set for Afri-Kokoa. We love emulating that African craft feel and learning about a music that is a far cry from the studio diet of electronica and techno.
Our strategy and thinking has been heavily influenced by a highly recommended book – True Story by Ty Montague.
Engins, or Engineering Inspiration is, or will be a collaborative community for engineering news of all flavours. Owned, sponsored and by UCL (University College London) it is the reincarnation of The-Briefing which has run for many years.
We have just helped curate and manage the Degree Show for Graphic Design at Worcester University. Check out their work on their own site for this year.
Infographics seemed to us to be one of the hot trends of last year…
A vast online campaign aired across the Hearst network to promote Pantene, in conjunction with Cat Deeley. User uploaded content, games, a social hub…