A designer and creative exploring social communication through design. Past projects include visual representations of synaesthesia and developing a typeface based on a rural vernacular.
Everyday Hero publication
This research project dealt with accessibility in design and how good design can enable audiences. More details on this project can be found in my blog here
This project gained a merit and has been peer reviewed by The Dyspraxia Foundation. The posters are currently on exhibition at the Cambridge School of Art.
Taken at the course exhibition, Perceptions, Ruskin Gallery, Sept 2015
The concept of the Everyday Hero postcards is to enable people with dyspraxia to communicate to others that they may struggle with certain tasks. Communicating in social situations can be a problem for those with neuro based disabilities. All the material in this project can be recreated based on this template for hidden disabilities such as autism, but retaining the same accessible values.
Perceptions, Sept 2015
My end of course show at Perceptions, Ruskin Gallery, Sept 2015
Everyday Hero has been presented for exhibition at the Dyspraxia Foundation. The posters are also on show at Anglia Ruskin as part of the best in show category.