Baseline shift – our series of design talks – is student-led. Find out what this entails.
Siobhan Bailey reflects on her Master’s degree work in MA Communication Design and its connections to Ernest Hoch.
This online event on 27 January at 5pm is free and open to all. Search ‘Experimental publishing reading 2022’ for details
When we asked for volunteers to come and talk to our students about careers, we got quite a response. 17 generous friends and alumni stepped up to offer interviews and portfolio reviews. Robin Smith has a write-up (with a long list of credits) …
On 11 June we are launching an online showcase of our students’ work.
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On this week’s Baseline Shift, the University of Reading’s Different by Design team, currently consisting of Lamar Kaki and Minh Nguyen, joined us to give a talk about what it means to be inclusive in design.
Rob Banham and Mattew Lickiss joined us in one of our feedback sessions. Our feedback sessions are dedicated to helping students get additional feedback from tutors on a particular project of theirs. We had part 3 students sharing their work on their magazine designs as well as their packaging.
Hannah Mariette used the Typography Student Fund to buy train tickets for Part 3s to visit MagCulture, Islington’s Aladdin’s Cave of contemporary magazine.
Hanorah Murphy applied for funding for snacks and drinks for a movie night for Part 2s.
Real Job: Angie Bacallan explains how our graduates designed and managed the promotion of their degree show this year: https://www.instagram.com/greaterthanatoz/ https://greater-than-a-to-z.co.uk