As this week was our final design class it was pretty daunting as it was the last class we would be able to gain feedback. I was nervous to show Gregor what I had done in case it was completely wrong and I would be lost again. After a consult with Gregor, I felt relieved … Continue reading Week 13
After changing my direction, I felt like I was starting from the beginning of the design process again. This time though, I was ten times more inspired and willing to experiment with colour, pattern and things outside of my comfort zone like creating vectors. I was prototyping creating patterns that I thought married up with … Continue reading Week 12
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
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
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
After deciding that I was going to create an online store I began dissecting the elements of this and what I would need to create in order to have a refined and professional brand. These elements I uncovered would involve the following: sustainable packaging Publication design - lookbooks, returns notes, information cards Website development - … Continue reading Week 3
In planning what I wanted to write for my first blog of 2017 I stumbled upon this quote from legendary fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood "the age in which we live, this non-stop distraction, is making it more impossible for the young generation to ever have the curiosity or discipline... because you need to be alone … Continue reading I’m curious, you’re curious.