Category Archives: Design

(CTS) Global Design and Critical Sustainability – What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority?

What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority? Although it’s easy to narrow this question down to the role of Graphic Design or Visual Communication, design is actually at the heart of everything we consume:

(CTS) Global Design and Critical Sustainability – What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority?

What role does design have to play in making sustainability a global priority? Although it’s easy to narrow this question down to the role of Graphic Design or Visual Communication, design is actually at the heart of everything we consume:

David Attenborough Typographic Portrait

Continuing with my aim of re-engaging myself with design and learning some new skills I started thinking about a relationship between social design and expressive art. Although I am hugely interested in and supportive of social design in general, I

David Attenborough Typographic Portrait

Continuing with my aim of re-engaging myself with design and learning some new skills I started thinking about a relationship between social design and expressive art. Although I am hugely interested in and supportive of social design in general, I

Day of the Triffids – DADAesque cover

Mid way through a long summer break away from studying I started to become disillusioned about my role as a designer and even started to question my ability and interest in Graphic Design. I response I decided to try and

Day of the Triffids – DADAesque cover

Mid way through a long summer break away from studying I started to become disillusioned about my role as a designer and even started to question my ability and interest in Graphic Design. I response I decided to try and

CTS Lecture Series: 01 First Things First – A Manifesto, Adriana Eysler

Although aware and supportive of the concept of ethical design, today came my first introduction to the First Things First Manifesto and the Culture Jamming movement. Whilst both are related in that they challenge the status quo in the design

CTS Lecture Series: 01 First Things First – A Manifesto, Adriana Eysler

Although aware and supportive of the concept of ethical design, today came my first introduction to the First Things First Manifesto and the Culture Jamming movement. Whilst both are related in that they challenge the status quo in the design

Lo Siento – Design Museum of Barcelona leaflet

I found this great little gem of design while browsing the primarily minimalist-focused design blog Aisle.One. From Barcelona based studio Lo Siento, the leaflet promotes a new design museum in the city and comes in three different colors. The design is

Lo Siento – Design Museum of Barcelona leaflet

I found this great little gem of design while browsing the primarily minimalist-focused design blog Aisle.One. From Barcelona based studio Lo Siento, the leaflet promotes a new design museum in the city and comes in three different colors. The design is

Project 03: Genius Loci

The third day of the second term and we are delivered yet another brief with this one linking to project 02. The brief is an entirely personal project that seemingly aims to explore research, analysis and observation again but this time using

Project 03: Genius Loci

The third day of the second term and we are delivered yet another brief with this one linking to project 02. The brief is an entirely personal project that seemingly aims to explore research, analysis and observation again but this time using

Project 02: Crimes Against Design

So, a new term and a challenging new project. In fact, not one but three challenging new projects. In hindsight the Zine project was a doodle; an orientation exercise designed to familiarise ourselves with studying higher education and the facilities

Project 02: Crimes Against Design

So, a new term and a challenging new project. In fact, not one but three challenging new projects. In hindsight the Zine project was a doodle; an orientation exercise designed to familiarise ourselves with studying higher education and the facilities