Baseline shift provided students from all years with a chance to get informal feedback on their work from a variety of tutors, and to share their thoughts with each other.
Week 3’s Baseline Shift marked the return of Alumni talks this year, welcoming graduates George Bevan, Racheal Paris and Sacha Harding to talk to us about their careers and self worth.
David Pearson, acclaimed British book cover designer, returned to Baseline shift this autumn term to tell us more about his latest work.
Real Job – A group of Part 2 students create new packaging for Longhaul – an early stage start-up sports food company, specialising in savoury performance food.
David Marshall and Elizabeth Ellis, founders of The Counter Press, continue to make use of letterpress in the modern day. How, and why…?
The 'I am, we are… Different by design' team present their latest work: the second edition of their zine, and workshop at the Tate Exchange. They are looking for new members…
A team of Part 2 undergraduates designed a commemorative wall graphic for the Department of Chemistry to mark the 150th anniversary of the periodic table.
Alex Ganczarski worked on a campaign to help students get to grips with the way their grades are presented to them.
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James Lloyd gave us an insight into expanding student skills in creativity and ideation.
Tldr? Learn stuff, and mix it up.
Claire Mack and Holly Forsyth outlined the opportunities for paid graphic design internships, co-funded by the University.