Art Career projects
Writing for The Journal of australian ceramics
Hell-o Multi arts festival
Kil.n.it experiemental ceramics studios - designs
Kil.n.it (2015- 2018)
Capturing the attitude of kil.n.it through heavy use of black and strong graphic font use. The photograph is the core of the message with a call to action directed to the website. Puns and wit are a big part of branding for Kil.n.it's cyncial wit, and we found bold concise phrases attracted most audience in the Glebe / Newtown area which was our target.
Personally, I love the print bleed/colour correct graphics at the top, it makes the poster a 'W.I.P' which I sensed links the working environment of the studio, however it was not carried throughout design media.
Arranging locations to post posters was difficult, but we found libraries to be an excellent venue for this activity type.
Kil.n.it experiemental ceramics studios - business
Webstercare - media projects
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University of Technology Sydney - Learning Design
A unique project (conducted whilst also completing my Graduate Certificate, also at UTS). The ‘Project’ is a design uplift project with the UTS School of Sport and Exercise Science across both, entire Bachelor's degrees.
I designed more than 400 graphic assets in various themes, HTML interactives, convention formatting and ensure accessible practices are followed within a student-centric strategy. The platform is Canvas, after a recent transformation project from Blackboard, and involved the training of multiple technologies to the Subject Coortinators, including Mentimeter, H5P and Acessibility simulators. This effoert was to facillitate the students attention to the learning content - and not on a potential labyrinth of information.
The project aim is wide, and has 23+ subjects to conform to the design.
Cheil @ Samsung
Recruited via Linked in, Cheil hired me to work as an Instructional Designer for the client Samsung, in the Mobile Experience Division.
I was responsible for localising HQ provided training resources to suit the Australian market and our team of field retailers and partner accounts. As the starting point for the Australian training information, it was essential that I managed multiple projects at once with accuracy and efficiency.