During my time Loughborough University (as well as completing an Art Foundation degree there in 2012) I have been presented and challenged with a wide range of briefs allowing me to explore many types of graphic design. As well as being enjoyable, it has allowed me to learn how to respond to briefs in a systematic and creative way, teaching me how to bridge the gaps between initial ideas, development and production to produce a well thought out final piece, while building my skills in programmes such as indesign, illustrator and photoshop.
Over the last year, I have been turning my attention to branding and visual identity, which I enjoy using to develop User Interface and Editorial design. This allows me to visualise the identity I have created, and analyse the message it sends to the users, which I have explored within my dissertation.
In the future, I would love to be able to apply the skills I have developed while at Loughborough University to break into the design industry, working in Branding and Visual Identity or Editorial Design.