Monthly Archives: April 2011

Critique of Designer – Neville Brody

My chosen designer to critique is Neville Brody, who is a  renowned Graphic Designer, typographer and Art Director and Brand Strategist. When he was at school, he studied Art on A-level mostly on Fine Art, then he went onto studying … Continue reading

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My thoughts and questions so far

Since starting University, I have realised how much my outlook in my future has changed.  I have discovered it’s not just about making a choice on a career and that’s it, I have decided what I want to be!  On … Continue reading

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Critique of Level 6 Student – Martin Gray (Part 1)

I managed to meet up with Martin Gray – the Level 6 student I am shadowing and critiquing the work on. He specializes down the Design Digital pathway in Graphical Design. He found himself down this pathway on his second … Continue reading

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Freehand Drawing, Technical Drawing and Materials and Processes Quiz

During February-April we had alternate sessions with Freehand drawing with Kat and Technical drawing with Richard.  The freehand drawing was in the perspectives of design.  The assessment was to produce a drawing of my lamp and a figure I only … Continue reading

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D1.3 Luminaire

For this studio project, my outcome was to make a working lamp.  For this I have to consider the market I am aiming for on this – of which I have chosen a modern home, and young couples/families, something that … Continue reading

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Classicism

Since my first lecture, way back in October 2010, I have noticed that Harrogate has a lot of this in architecture, not least because of such a large amount of buildings that were built during the Victorian era, but it … Continue reading

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D1.7 Desktop Publishing

With me going part-time for a bit, some of this project was deferred. However, I managed to hand in my DTP work. This was showing my basic skills of using Photoshop and InDesign. I produced 3 pages, showing both skills … Continue reading

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