These are 3 pieces that stood out to me during the 3rd year’s exhibition.
This piece caught my eye because it’s taking a positive twist on something that would only usually be displayed in a negative setting. This piece had some very interesting content and caught my interest very quickly, a captivating piece that holds your attention and keeps you reading.
I really liked the eye catching yet structured design, the bold use of colours really draws you in and captures your attention. some of the text wasn’t easily readable (Red background with black text) but the rest stood out very
I really liked this minimalist branding style, the clever use of typography on all the different pieces of card, shows flexibility in the design and shows the possibility of becoming a very broad and iconic design.
Here is my design CV, I used a photograph of my desk arrangement as the background for this design, but I wanted the content to be the focus as this is what will sell me as a designer. The contents include an evaluation of who I am as a designer and a person, my skills, education, previous work experience and all my contact details.
This is my final design for my portfolio pages, complete with projects, about me, and contact information.
Today in my review with Neil we discussed my progression of my CV and portfolio and decided that I was on track with both of them, I just needed to find some inspiration because all the portfolios I had previously seen didn’t really inspire me or give me any ideas at all.
We did speak about Neil’s company PAWB that are paving the way in modern design and not operating from a physical studios, all the designers work as a collective across the globe. Pawb is something I expressed interest in becoming a part of and look forward to seeing them progress.
This is the start my portfolio design for the digital me project, I wanted to keep it quite minimalist and very to the point, looking at online portfolios a lot of them felt very cluttered and lacked focus so I wanted to keep mine organised and easy to navigate.
I wanted to start off by establishing who I am and how to contact me, as well as links to my social media profiles as well as my blog. I will be adding projects to this in the future but I think this could be a solid start to this project.