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design strategies


design practice/independent research


design practice/work placement/professional research


“Your work is lovely. We particularly like your drawing style. The vegetables and the dragonfly (etc) are great.” “You have a lovely drawing style and looks like you’re making a great start to surface pattern designing! I really love the watercolour nature repeat”

Your work looks super!

work placement/professional research


“A promotional investigation into illustration for print and screen with a focus on nostalgicly inspired concepts”

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“A print based investigation into quickly made informative and promotional designs with a focus on minimalist layout”


fabric designs; Incorporate a constant repeat geometric pattern. Utilise a maximum of three primary corporate identity pantone references as shown from the inner wheel of the chart. Utilise, as secondary colours, pantone references as shown from the outer wheel of the chart. However additional secondary colours could be proposed if considered visually necessary.

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The design should be capable of carrying a colour way, complimentary to the dominant operator colour ways, to allow for the delineation of ‘Priority’ seats and seats used as part of wheelchair provision. Such use of colour way, within the finished design, has been adopted by other TfL modes as a consistent way of showing the seats intended for use by those who are disabled, pregnant or less-able to stand.

The design must be commercially viable.

negotiated briefs


Alice Vine. ltd

Professional Skills Plan


“Panoptisicm in creative educational environments. More specifically the Graphic Design educational space at Leeds College of Art and Design.” How does Foucault’s panoptisicm theory apply to the creative educational environment that teaches Graphic Design in Leeds College of Art? What are the connotations? Eg. Sign in sheets, panoptic studio, self-regulation to a timetable and consistent working standards. Does it encourage or discourage creativity and individual resolutions from the briefs set?

Interviews with a range of students that cover first, second and third year of the course to evaluate differences in their attitudes depending on timescale A case study analysing the rate of employment and succession conversing with grades and attendance figures given in their time of the course to understand the effect of panoptisicm in the working environment. Dudley, E, Mealing S, (eds.) (2000), Becoming designers, education and influence, Exeter, Intellect Books.

Dissertation/Theoretical Research


San Fransisco


start anywhere

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