I worked with my partner to design a new identity for Rocketalk, the biggest social network operating in India. The branding was based around a calligraphic interpretation of the “R” which was a simple but distinctive shape, easy to apply in multiple situations and easy to use in grass roots guerrilla campaigns.
I worked with my partner to design these panels for the Design for Ageing Well research project.
The panels were cleverly produced by printing on to a strong but lightweight polyester fabric meaning that the client could easily roll them up and transport to academic conferences wherever in the world they needed to go.
The panels were suspended by hanging from lightweight alloy poles or thin shock cord threaded through reinforced eyelet holes, making this a truly flexible and transportable solution.
I designed and produced this game as part of my LSA level 2 course placement. Some of the children in the class are struggling with the concept of basic adding and taking away of numbers. I made this fun hands-on dinosaur adding up and taking away game to aid their learning. It consists of a large dice and A3 wipe-clean work sheets that incorporate a dinosaur number line to help the children work out their answers. The adding game uses two dice numbered 1 to 6. The taking away game uses one die numbered 7 to 12 and one 1 to 6, enabling the smaller number to be taken away from the greater.
All the children who took part received a dinosaur sticker when they had completed the game. Feed-back from pupils and teacher was that the resource was very successful.