Design Sprint Workshop

Design Consultant for strategic planning and economic development team. Primary author of ‘Social, Community and Commercial Opportunity and Market Assessment report for Kingston Cycle Hub for the Borough Council—as part of London’s largest cycling infrastructure regeneration scheme.

Contributing to an emerging service offer, ‘engagement design’ with a range of workshop methodologies. Recent examples include facilitation of Google Ventures Global Design Sprint workshop on ‘Connected and Autonomous Vehicles’, in London; engagement process tools and visual analysis and synthesis of workshop results for Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Framework in Tbilisi, Melaka and Belgrade; thought leadership with internal workgroup on IDEO Design Kit for Human Centred Design.

Communication design for spatial analysis and research including New York Waste Management Strategy report for city mayor. BuroHappold consult public and private sector on policy and governance; national and regional economic masterplanning; city resilience diagnostics, smart cities, organisational change and management.

Global Design Sprint Workshop, London

To explore the opportunities of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), BuroHappold undertook a series of Global Design Sprints to address the question: How can urban streets be reclaimed and reimagined through the introduction of connected and autonomous vehicles? For the complete summary of the series of Sprints, visit BuroHappold’s landing page for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles or view the PDF of the concluding report.

The Happold Foundation

Visual identity and website design of Buro Happold’s non-profit that works with young people, educators and researchers to improve the built environment. Brand, visual identity and logo redesign also included website and communications material. The new identity aims to express the ‘foundation’ that the brand provides for people to create in bold, curious and pragmatic ways.

Eric Parry Architects

Award winning architecture, design and planning practice responsible for cultural, historic and commercial projects such as the Holburne Museum of Art in Bath and St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square.

Project coordination and architectural graphic design for studio of over 80 staff; management of projects including design and production of large-scale typesetting for stone carving signage; and digital and print submissions for national and international competitions. Established central style guide with layout templates and typographic scale. Brochure and publication PR material.

St James's Square Typesetting for Stone Carving

Renewal

‘In Pursuit of the Healthy City’ Exhibition

Concept and design of exhibition presenting an addition to the NLA’s (New London Architecture) Central London Model at The Building Centre in London. The exhibition explored Renewal’s plans for a new London neighbourhood and examined how cities can better-integrate sport and wellbeing with a combining of the visual references, ‘a common field of play’ court markings and architectural blueprints (or ‘greenprints’).

Studio Egret West

An award-winning architecture and urban design practice, with the public realm prioritised as the foundation of sustainable communities.

‘Evolving Places’ Exhibition

Concept and design of exhibition in support of a lecture given by David West, to METU (Middle East Technical University), Ankara, Turkey. The exhibition coincided with the studio’s first project in Turkey and explored the studio’s bold ideas, while providing a robust, geometric motif to distill and communicate twelve projects in a cohesive visual narrative. Read about project at Studio Egret West.

University of the Arts London

Visual identity and website redesign collaboration with design firm, Pentagram and internal UAL teams. Europe’s largest arts and design university; the organisation comprises six colleges, each with a number of stakeholders and locations. Our shared challenge was to work with all stakeholders to implement a university brand identity that satisfied the ambitions of all six of the colleges and their students.

  • Rethinking of all existing content, infrastructure and information architecture.
  • Extensive user research to define site journeys and opportunities for improving experience.
  • Design workshops with college stakeholders to understand needs requirements.
  • Rapid prototyping within a web environment for a shared understanding of the iterative process between designers and developers.
  • User-testing with an independent body for unbiased pre-launch validation.

University of the Arts London Website

Soup Factory

Brand consultancy for production company to design and develop a responsive, mobile-first website with complete information architecture, wireframing and user interface design.

Get More Local

Brand design, art direction and marketing of start-up company that rewarded green purchasing and aided councils in delivering support to local businesses. Local neighbourhood engagement through projects such as ‘Edible Garden’ competitions and weekend fairs. In 2011, Get More Local was awarded a UK Sustainable Business.

Zest Fest

As a sister-brand of Get More Local, Zest Fest celebrated the cultural heritage and local artistic talent of the boroughs of Islington and Camden. Created and managed all branding and promotional material. Get More Local won UK’s sustainable business award in 2011.

Planet Innovations

Voluntary visual identity and website design for non-profit company, promoting projects based around climate change between scientists, engineers and designers. While generating the identity and website, we engaged in online consultation for site features, as well as the eventual logo. Our intentions with the Planet Innovations logo was to invoke ideas of international communication, human interaction and connection with the planet, and open dialogue on technological platforms.

Compass of Resistance

Voluntary visual identity design and art direction for the first two years of the festival. Developed logo and brochure to celebrate the local community and linked, broader cultural heritages. Developed logo and events brochure. Continues to operate as Community Interest Company and awarded ‘Venue Film Festival of the Year 2010’. Event material used experimental typography to appropriately present the festival’s four film locations (north, south, east, west) in the context of the year’s film theme of ‘resistance’.