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THE JOURNEY BA (HONS) PRINTED TEXTILES AND SURFACE PATTERN 2010 - 13

LEEDS COLLEGE OF ART

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BA (HONS)PT&SP DESIGN YEARBOOK 2013 BRIEF

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Design the PDF yearbook (with optional print and branded collateral) for the Leeds College of Art BA (Hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design Degree programme, working in collaboration with fellow BAGD students, Kirsty Alderson, Kirsty Hardingham and Claudia Griffin.

SOPHIE WILSON BA (HONS) GRAPHIC DESIGN OUGD303 FINAL MAJOR PROJECT

PT&SP DESIGN YEARBOOK COVER DESIGN Cover design, developed by Kirsty Hardingham, designed with 64 squares, 62 representing each of the students of the BA (Hons) Printed Textiles and 2 squares representing both Team Textiles and our BA (Hons) Graphic Design Yearbook Team, with the concept ‘The Journey is the Destination’ documenting both the experience of the course, and the progression of the students and alumni. Final publication designed and developed as an Interactive PDF to share hyperlinks of both student awards and accolades, industry contacts and self promotional websites and blogs of the degree students.


Nicole Bradley

Elizabeth Smith

Ou r Stu di o s

Learn from your mistakes The creative ‘buzz’ emanating from our studio exudes energy, enthusiasm and a sense of community that is palpable from the moment you enter our studios. Housed in an extensive open format design studio, which accommodates all three year groups, (and importantly for each student, your own individual work areas), the arrangement promotes a communicative, collegiate and thriving creative atmosphere.

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Our studios afford students a place to see the logical progression from year to year, to contextualise their practice. The studio environment really supports our creativity and skills development, providing a forum to showcase ideas, to explore through drawing and making as well as fostering a sense of being part of a community of designers. In essence our studio is a place to grow, make mistakes, mind and identify what we

want to explore next. It is a free space of curiosity to seek doing more than merely ‘good’ work. ‘Forget about good. Good is a known quantity. Good is what we all agree on. Growth is not necessarily good. Growth is an exploration of unlit recesses that may or may not yield to our research. As long as you stick to good you’ll never have real growth.’ Bruce Mau – Manifesto for growth No. 2

BA (HONS) PRINTED TEXTILES AND SURFACE PATTERN DESIGN

BA (HONS)PT&SP DESIGN YEARBOOK 2013 BRIEF

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Design the PDF yearbook (with optional print and branded collateral) for the Leeds College of Art BA (Hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design Degree programme, working in collaboration with fellow BAGD students, Kirsty Alderson, Kirsty Hardingham and Claudia Griffin.

SOPHIE WILSON BA (HONS) GRAPHIC DESIGN OUGD303 FINAL MAJOR PROJECT

Florence Colson

PT&SP DESIGN YEARBOOK EDITORIAL D E S I G N / L AY O U T The layout, originally developed to showcase thumbnails of the students work in a square-grid format, allowing for equal opportunities documentation of work and accolades, with professionally photographed cropped studio images from the student’s portfolio. Helvetica is used for the body copy, in various weights, with the custom font, ‘Champagne & Limousines’ used for headers and the title page. Images Above (L-R) Nicole Bradley, Elizabeth Smith, Florence Colson and Catherine Momcilovic.

Catherine Momcilovic


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BA (HONS)PT&SP DESIGN YEARBOOK 2013 BRIEF

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Design the PDF yearbook (with optional print and branded collateral) for the Leeds College of Art BA (Hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design Degree programme, working in collaboration with fellow BAGD students, Kirsty Alderson, Kirsty Hardingham and Claudia Griffin.

SOPHIE WILSON BA (HONS) GRAPHIC DESIGN OUGD303 FINAL MAJOR PROJECT

PT&SP DESIGN YEARBOOK WEBSITE PROPOSAL Proposed website design as an addition to the Leeds College of Art BA (Hons) Printed Textiles and Surface Pattern Design Yearbook, showcasing high resolution images of the student’s portfolios, expanding through 1-5 images, as opposed to the select single image found in the yearbook, along with URL links and name sources. Information from both Team Textiles and BA (Hons) Graphic Design Yearbook Team can also be found. Images Above (For Contextualisation) : Hannah Bowen www.hannahbowen.com


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