TY1DP1: Part 1
Design Practice

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New work from our Part 1 
BA Graphic Communication students

Narratives | Lettering | Images | Monograms | Covid | Penguins | Type design | User-focus | Listings

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A client has written a novel and asks you to develop a concept that enhances the visual dimension of the story through the book’s form and materiality.

Obsession

MiaBryan

Labyrinth

BenBrown

Floating Comic (Staircase)

TristanBevan

Obsession

LydiaHall

Staircase

DaisyTomlinson

Obsession Through Pages

Matthew Perks

Cambridge Institution

LewisHaywood

Staircase Book

DylanMilton

Stairway

ZackRedshaw

Labyrinth

JackTaylor

Labyrinth

ApinayaGaneshalingam

Noise

PaulineCheung

Infinite Labyrinth

KaiTang

What’s That Noise?

JaflenurRahman

Staircase

ClaraTsang

Staircase

ZulyaPashayeva

Obsession

ElenaRogers

Light at the end of the tunnel

Adam Powell

‘Bookception’. Like Inception but not as big of a budget…

Sam Garrett

Stairs

KaijaHunter

Loop…

Riya Vashistha

Obsession

Kirsten Dagas

Broken Narratives- a staircase story

HannahFerguson

something was there…

TariaKhan

Stairs

DanielCox

Labyrinth

Hanorah Murphy

Labyrinth book narrative

HafsahCulasy

Never ending narrative

Hannah Smith

Looped Labyrinth:

TristanBevan

Obsessive behaviour

Sara Nogueira Pérez

The maze beyond the gaze

JannahHolder

The staircase to success

RianBatra

Simplicity is Key

Yasmin Clark

Loop – A book redesign

NataliaBiegala

Labyrinth

CharleyFenton-Moore

A book without words

DiondreaDennis

Labyrinth

MollyPhillips

Grab and Tear it all

Ajoke SofiyyahCardoso

Endless Labyrinth – Endless Book

Leonie Mueller-Judex

Burning Pages

Esha Rajesh

A Noisy Book

ScarlettColquhoun

There’s something in there…

Petra Easton

Obsession Book

HollySaunders

The Labyrinth

Megan Beedie

What makes a book ‘a book’?

Megan Hancox

Adventure Time with a Book

Naomi Yu

Book Experimentation: Obsession

Emily Collard

Stairs: A Failed Experiment

Richard Andre

‘Riches to Rags’

ChristiVan Heerden

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Lettering – in the form of letters, words, messages – is everywhere, indoors and out.

Lettering and the relationships with the colours surrounding them

MiaBryan

Textures of lettering

BenBrown

Drain Covers and Raised Lettering

LewisHaywood

Letters in environment- Colourful sans serif

NasrinCheema

Raised and Indented Lettering

TristanBevan

Exploring Patterns in Signs

LydiaHall

Lettering in perspective

DaisyTomlinson

Materials and Context Photography Across Campus

Matthew Perks

Eye Line

JackTaylor

Serifs and Texture

ApinayaGaneshalingam

Signs Observation

KaiTang

Eye-catching Sign boards and Letters

JaflenurRahman

Lettering in the Environment

ClaraTsang

The Little Things

AmeeraKhan

Font Finding

ScarlettColquhoun

Typography iSpy in UoR

NataliaBiegala

Lettering Around Campus

DanielCox

Eyes on the Little Things

Naomi Yu

Lettering in the Environment

HollySaunders

Lettering in the Environment

MollyPhillips

Opening my eyes to the words around me

Megan Hancox

Tell me where to go and what to do.

Leonie Mueller-Judex

Bleak, Boring, and Grey

Richard Andre

Letters in the Wild

CharleyFenton-Moore

My Journey with UOR Lettering

Ajoke SofiyyahCardoso

Variety in our everyday life

Esha Rajesh

Exploring Lettering Forms Found on Campus

Emily Collard

Noticeable Type

Megan Beedie

Worn and damaged lettering

AndrewRolfe

Things I often overlook

HannahFerguson

Lettering in the environment

KaijaHunter

Contrast

TristanBevan

Attention and caution

TariaKhan

The environment is everything that isn’t me.

RianBatra

“above”, “below” and “straight on”

RioWare

Lettering around university

Kirsten Dagas

The Good, The Bad… but not The Ugly

Sam Garrett

Noticing what those would usually consider to be trivial

Yasmin Clark

The forgotten

Sara Nogueira Pérez
Lettering in the environment

Lettering in the Environment

Hanorah Murphy

Is the environment really boring?

Riya Vashistha

Now you see me?

Hannah Smith

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Two images to illustrate a ‘given’ noun. The second image adds _one element_ to change the feeling or meaning of the first image.

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Creating a monogram, a graphic representation of your initials

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How is graphic language being used to communicate public health information in a global pandemic: collecting contemporary communications

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Inspired by the work of David Pearson, Harland Miller and others who enjoy playing with established design classics, create a perfect copy of a classic Penguin … then have some fun …

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Starting with just six glyphs from a given font, design additional letterforms in the same style by careful analysis of the existing shapes.

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Get to know another student on the course, and user what you learn about them to design them a perfect present.

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Start with some completely unformatted (and horribly copy-edited) text, and turn it into a coherently presented document that articulates an information hierarchy and supports user goals.

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What can we learn about design from looking at historical archives?

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An investigation of trends in contemporary logo design.