Working with Wider

Graphic Design

Working with Wider

In July 2017, I had the privilege of gaining work experience with Wider, a design agency based in Solihull, England. As per their website, the team at Wider specialises in “strategic logo design, creative marketing and bespoke WordPress website design”.

By working with highly accomplished creatives, in a state-of-the-art studio, I gained industry standard skills and expertise, while immersing myself in a professional working environment. I also designed for real clients, as opposed to following a fictional brief.

After completing my time at Wider, I had the pleasure of documenting my time there, as part of their customary monthly blog. By clicking here, you can see the entirety of what I had to say about my experience of working with such a reputable design agency.

Looking back, my experience with Wider has undoubtedly assisted me on my journey as a prospective designer, and I thank the team greatly for opening their doors to me. As a result, I believe I enter my third year of university with a new degree of confidence.

Boxing Posters

Graphic Design

It is no secret that I am an avid boxing fan, as well as a keen designer. Therefore, when I get to combine both of these hobbies – I gladly do so. Here are a few examples of my boxing posters, which were created in my free time, as well as for Round By Round Boxing.

It is key to note that none of these photographs are my property, and not one of these posters have been used for commercial purposes.

Images can be enlarged by clicking on the thumbnails.

Round By Round Boxing – Business Cards

Graphic Design

As part of their branding revamp in late 2016, I was tasked with designing a new business card for Round By Round Boxing. The business card would have to conform to the website’s current house style and colour scheme, and this was achieved by utilising the colours black, gold, and white. Furthermore, the design exemplifies the usual conventions of a business card, such as layout, but it also has a contemporary look. This is attributed to the use of sans-serif fonts, as opposed to the more traditional serif fonts that are available. You can see the final design below.

Business Cards

Business Cards