It was made evident throughout year 2, that it was important to develop our identities as a designer. This is because it will be very important when looking for employment. We need to be able to reflect who we are, and what type of designers we are, in a short amount of time.
I wanted my identity to reflect my work. Throughout my time at Uni I feel my work has progressed vastly. I now have a better knowledge of design, and the software I use. I also feel more confident with the work I am producing, and feel I have created a good body of work. I feel that there is a distinctive style to my work, which is heavily based on typography and photography, and these are two areas which I find highly engaging. I feel that my work is bold and stylish, and feel that I have reflected this in my identity.
It has been stated through out my course that consistency is key, when it comes to individual pieces, and the quality of outcomes, as this will be very important when looking for employment. Throughout my two years on the course I feel that this is something that I have largely achieved, but is also something that I must keep up. I feel that this year has been a great insight into working to deadlines and also juggling multiple projects at the same time. Balancing my professional project, Essay and D&AD entry at the same time was tough, but I feel the experience will prove valuable when going into the professional field.
I now look forward to entering my final year of education, looking to push on from what I have all ready learnt, and leave with a portfolio which shows what I am capable of.