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Danielle Young

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New Zealander

danielle@vignettedesign.com.au

vignettedesign.com.au

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I am creative, inquisitive and curious. Always searching for new inspiration and ideas. Wear multiple hats: designer, wife, blogger, stylist. Never a dull moment. Love to be challenged and think outside the box.

C R E AT IV E B U B B LY M OT IVAT ED CO N S C I EN T I O U S

T E A M P L AY ER D I LI G EN T AT T EN T I O N TO D E TA I L P R OAC T IV E

professional experience OCTOBER 2013 PRESENT

DECEMBER 2011 NOVEMBER 2013 SEPTEMBER 2012 ONGOING AUGUST 2010 OCTOBER 2011

FEBRUARY 2009 AUGUST 2010

Contractor and Business Owner of Vignette Design Contractor on assignments and project based work + creative director and business owner of Vignette Design. (Past and current contractors include Zadro Communications and DAKG) .

Pacific Brands Midweight-Senior Graphic Designer in the sheridan Marketing Department. Copywriting. Graphic Designer Freelancer (DAKG) Logos, Flyers and Business Reports for jaa – jewellers association australia and other various projects. Pacific Magazines Pty Ltd Midweight Graphic Designer + Project Management Role. Innovations/Creative Services for famous, girlfriend, total girl, kzone. Pacific + (née Text Pacific Publishing) Junior Designer (editorial/new business). monument, lexus, weight watchers, essentials, hcf, management today, john holland and wild life magazine. star city rebrand integrated marketing.

education 2008 -2009

2007-2005

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CATC Diploma of Arts (Graphic Design and Advertising) Award: Fibonacci Award of Creative Excellence.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE BA (Media/Communications) Majoring in Marketing and Journalism.

THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND Bachelor of Arts

art + software SKILL SET INDESIGN

ILLUSTRATOR

PHOTOSHOP

COPYWRITING

MUSE

LAYOUT

DIGITAL

RETOUCHING

ADVERTISING

INNOVATION

MARKETING

BROCHURES

PHOTOGRAPHY

PUBLISHING

TEMPLATES

POINT OF SALE

LOOKBOOKS

VM

INVITATIONS

CATALOGUES

ILLUSTRATION

SOCIAL MEDIA

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gallery monument magazine editorial interior/exterior

Things that are loved by

paul hecker & hamish guthrie We asked Hecker PHelan & GuTHrie’s inTerior desiGner’s Paul Hecker and HamisH GuTHrie WHaT Pieces Have

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01. maNgas rug 2010 BY gaNDia BlascO “Again, it’s the handmade, or craft, qualities and the chunky texture of this rug that are so seductive. Each of the carpets is like an original patchwork and the shapes remind me of my first attempts at knitting a scarf!” hubfurniture.com.au

02. milk lamp BY NOrm architects

“In the traditional Nordic materials of wood and glass, A restrained and beautiful floor/ table lamp. It is the intimate understanding of the nature of these materials and the attention to detail that is so appealing about this piece.” normcph.com

Offcut stool (natural) by Tom Dixon Courtesy Dedece.com; Mangas rug 2010 by gandia blasco Courtesy Hub Furniture; Milk Lamp by Norm Architects Courtesy Norm Architects; Tray Table by Hay Courtesy Corporate Culture; Float Pouffe by Paola Lenti

03. OFFcut stOOl BY tOm DiXON

“A retake on the traditional Milk stool- The Off cut stool has a raw, and considered honesty in the tradition of Shaker furniture . We particularly like the way the fixing are expressed as an integral part of the stool design. Made from recycled off-cuts from the factory floor and transported as a flat pack piece, the stool also cleverly addresses issues of sustainability.” dedece.com

04. FlOat pOuFFe BY paOla leNti

“I love the casual and relaxed nature of this piece. Incidental pieces of furniture like this are the perfect way to introduce colour, texture and warmth into any interior.” dedece.com

05. traY taBle BY haY

“A frame and a tray- Simple, delicate and restrained. Well priced and flexible, I like the way these can be used as stand alone 05

Whose top 5 do you want to hear? Let us know at monument@textpacific.com.au

MONUMENTMAGAZINE.COM.AU

WHERE CREATIVE CONVERSATIONS BEGIN

IS THERE DUMBNESS IN GOOD DESIGN? WHY MCK KEEPS IT SIMPLE

ZHANG LEI, M3ARCHITECTURE, BELLEMO & CAT, BUENOS AIRES, STUDIOSUPERNICHE, GARY GALEGO issn 1320–1115 • au$18.50 • nz$19.50 Print Post Approved pp 233867 00013

Three responses to Elizabeth Farrelly A bike rack for the future Peter Bennetts, Squint/Opera and Büro North re-imagine Melbourne Heidi Stowers lists her top 5 Four furniture graduates show off

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fashi y on & beaut

jet set

Globetrotting, commuting, going on holiday? Look good while you travel with these must-have accessories.

Photo: Fabrizio Lipari Styling: Talia Maltz

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT Tie Rack silk/wool scarf, $75. Bensimon teal canvas flats, $70. Papier d’Amour passport cover, $60. Diva silver ball necklace on rope, $34.99. Jendi hat, $30. Kate Spade luggage tags, $80 each. Lacoste watch, $249. Winc eel skin purse, $59.95.

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17/08/2009 2:09:12 PM

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Solve any kitchen crisis with these durable silicone and plastic gadgets.

Keep a cool head choosing your ice-cream this summer and get ready to save some serious POINTS values.

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The skinny on frozen treats There’s no need to can ice-cream when the temperature rises. Choose fruit flavoured iceblocks instead of the cream-based options and your waistline will thank you for it. Swapping a

Magnum Caramel Ego for a 2½ POINTS value Weight Watchers Double Choc Ice-Cream Bar, for example, will give you the same chocolaty hit but save 6 POINTS values. What’s not to love?

Words: Vera Devai Photo: Louise Lister Styling: Jane Hann Food prep: Nick Eade

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14/12/2009 10:40:47 AM

Words: Andrea Adams Photo: Ben Dearnley Styling: Chrissy Freer See stockists p128

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1 Chalet Silicone Muffin Liners, $12 set of six. Heat resistant up to 260°C, they’re both microwave and oven safe, plus won’t retain odours or stains. 2 Brix JarKey, $7, provides the leverage you need to open even the trickiest jar. 3 The icon and colour coding on Chalet Flexi Chopping Mats, $19, help prevent cross-contamination and reduce mess. Finished chopping? Bend the mat to funnel food exactly where you want it. 4 With bendable arms, legs and suction cup feet, Head Chef Cool Tools for Kids, $14.95 each, mean they’ll actually want to help out with the cooking. 5 Instead of tying

your roast up with string or poking it full of toothpicks, reach for the stretchy Gourmet Kitchen Silicone Hot Cooking Band Set (25 piece), $15. Toss them in the dishwasher and use them again and again. 6 Protect your hands from scalding and keep a firm grip with the Chalet Silicone Oven Mitt, $9. 7 The ridged surface of the Architec Silicone Hot Grip, $11, means it’s a heat mat, protecting bench tops and tables, or an insulated grabbing mat for hot and heavy cookware. 8 Pick up all those fiddly bits with Chalet Silicone Mini Tongs, $4. 9 Remove this critter’s cap and find a mini salt shaker

while his head becomes the Alessi Cico Egg Cup, $36. 10 The 25cm Sil-Pin Traditional Soft Grip, $37.95, rolling pin has a non-stick surface for consistent rolling and easy clean up. 11 The Chalet Silicone Heart Ice Cube Tray, $12, is ideal for cooling drinks and moulding gelatine or chocolate for novelty snacks. 12 Need a hand? The Sticky Bowl, $26, holds mixing bowls securely to flat surfaces so you can stir with two hands or rest hot plates and platters on it. 13 The Burton Egg-Perfect Egg Timer, $9, sits in the pot beside your eggs and alerts you to when they’re soft, medium or hard boiled. www.weightwatchers.com.au 87


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