25/09/18 Press

AIGA Emerge

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I’ll be taking part in AIGA’s Emerge. An initiative designed to engage emerging designers in the first five years of their careers – whether it’s their first career or a new direction.

Journey: A Roundtable discussion & Panel.

Event Panelists:
Greg Spraker, Senior Art Director at Grafik.
Virginia Arrisueño, Founder/Creative Director at DeNada.
Kojo Boateng, Creative Lead at Dynaxys.
Soung Wiser, Founder/Creative Director at The General Design Co. 

When & Where

Wed, Oct 3, 2018 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

2055 L St NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20036

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06/09/17 Press

Experience Haus Radio: ‘You can always find nuggets of wisdom in criticism (Kojo Boateng)’

Check out my interview with the lovely folks at Experience Haus in London. Experience Haus are group of passionate creatives bringing together people with design. They host creative workshops and courses for the curious – and we also connect students with people practising within the industry.  I talked to them about my recent move to Washington DC, career as a designer and creative leader, and had some helpful tips for those working in the industry

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25/04/16 Press

Interview: Revision Path Podcast

I was interviewed by Maurice Cherry of Revision Path podcast. In the interview I talk about my early career as a graphic designer and my time at ITN, my design philosophy and my influences as a multi-disciplinary designer.

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25/04/16 Press

“TV news designers have to work with the most difficult clients – journalists!”

I was interviewed for the the Design Week ‘Four Corners’ column about my career as a multidisciplinary designer. The article got a great reception on the website and my quote (above) made ‘Quote of the Week’. Read the full article here

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26/06/14 Press

My work is featured in a new book on Color by Eddie Opara

I am featured in a new book written co-authored by Pentagram’s Eddie Opara and John Cantwell. In the book I’m interviewed about my work, and in particulay the use of colour in news. I talk about the rebrand of ITV News (which I work on with the good people at Lambie Nairn) and the process and challenges of using colour in Television News graphics. The book also features case studies by Michael Beirut, Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, UVAs Matt Pyke and Spin’s Tony Brook. It is really great for our work to be recognised amongst other noted designers.




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09/01/12 Press

ITV News rolls out major refresh

ITV News rolled out its new on-air brand this week, toning down Big Ben in favor of a flat design look.

Gone is the yellow and white virtual studio with panels of Big Ben and the World. In is a contemporary home with a minimal aesthetic. A teal color is mixed with light wood tones and an off white color throughout the virtual space.

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Twitter Clock Makes The News

An alumnus from London College of Communication has had a piece of her ‘fantastic’ work displayed in the newsroom of ITV News.
Kirsty Greig’s The Twitter Clock uses a live feed of information collected from the social networking and micro-blogging site and displays the most ‘tweeted’ word every minute.
The clock was inspired by a project to create an object that records time in an unusual way and, in light of the increasing role it plays in people lives, Greig decided to incorporate social media. 

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NYT: Design Gets More Diverse

Designers of color are benefiting from these changes, not least because design is largely a meritocratic profession. It is tough for everyone, especially at the top. No designer secures a sought-after job like Mr. Boateng’s, or coveted international commissions like Mr. Burks’s, without talent, courage, charisma and determination, but they do tend to be judged on performance.


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ITV Election Three-Way Swingometer

Broadcaster responds to prospect of hung parliament with high-tech interactive holographic wall

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07/02/08 Press

Design Week: Breaking News

Does the relaunch of ITV’s News at Ten in its old timeslot mark a return to traditional broadcast design values, or have podcasts and ‘rolling’ formats altered our expectations of TV news forever? Oliver Bennett investigates.

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