IXD102-Group Presentation- Research

As a group, we chose the topic ‘Bauhaus and the New Typography’. In our group of 4, we decided to each research and cover a certain section within this topic. My section was researching the students experience, the teachers and what they taught at the Bauhaus. My Research Students experience at the Bauhaus At the…

IXD101-Follow the Rhythm- Research

This project is all about visualization of sound and the ways typography can signify music and sound through different characteristics. Typography can communicate emotions, messages, concepts and sounds. I need to think about doing this in a way that can be perceived by non-designers as well. I decided to research further into typography and the…

IXD101-My Manifesto Final

After changing the proportions of my manifesto and being happy with the layout, it was time to work on completing my design. I started by trying out different fonts and colours to see which best suited the meaning behind my manifesto. Here are some examples I created: This is the font and colours I decided…

IXD102-Pocket Profile- Vic Bell

Vic Bell is an Illustrator, Iconographer and Brand Designer. I decided to do a pocket profile on her work as I find it unique but simple and I feel that I can learn a lot from it. Through her Instagram, she posts many of her illustrations and projects she is working on. They are all…

IXD102-Updated Type Specimen Screen

After receiving feedback from a group critique session, I began making some improvements on my chosen type specimen screen. Some of the feedback I got included: Reducing the size of the alphabet, removing some of the text surrounding the ‘X’ and have the ‘X’ be the main focus with nothing on top of it. What…

IXD102-Pocket Profile- Ian Spalter

The Netflix Series ‘Abstract’ involves a look at some of the most innovative designers. The episode I watched looked at digital product designer Ian Spalter. He has been the head of design at Instagram and is currently the head of Instagram Japan. He is a very successful designer, in fact, 1 in 7 people are…