When I’m asked to reflect upon something I always feel a little overwhelmed. Where do I start? Do I even know how to reflect? What have I done? But to start things off, my little journey with WordPress began back in 2015! Surprisingly not for a BCM subject but a graphic design one! We were … Continue reading Reflecting on my WordPress ‘journey’
Critical Incident: In having my consult with Gregor I realised that I was quite stuck in my design process. I wasn't quite sure as to what I was doing. I presented my 3 concept development ideas and the various repeat patterns I had been working on. I knew I still wanted to follow the 3 … Continue reading Week 9
It's no shock to any of us that with the advances in technology, and the rise of smartphones and other personal portable devices has significantly changed the way we interact with each other throughout society. I mean, can you remember the last time you were in public just walking through the mall and didn't see … Continue reading Personal devices in public spaces
Ahh the cinema! It would definitely go up there as one of my favourite places to visit! There are no distractions, you sit there eating lots of popcorn and malteasers, drink a lot of fizzy drink and watch what hopefully is an excellent new film! This weeks task required us to make it to the movies … Continue reading A relatively successful cinema trip
My critical incident for the week was continuing to work on logo concepts and repeat patterns and deciding on a logo that I would use to carry out into further collateral. I considered the 'Developing Designs' reading in the Prototyping stage of the Ambrose & Harris book so that my designs could meed the … Continue reading Week 5
We all know and hear day-in-and-day-out the effects of social media, the way in which we've all become digitally connected but also lost our connection to reality. It's a tale that we've heard and learned for the past few years due to the rise in technology. So yes, we're all connected now in ways that ten years … Continue reading The pitch!
In following the Ambrose & Harris Model, my initial proposal included the Define, Research and ideate stages. In doing so, I considered what approach I wanted to take with my major work and created mood boards, defined my competitive set, showed some initial design roughs and had a very basic idea of how to complete … Continue reading Week 4