AIGA Emerge

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 […]

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. Tweet

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

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. Tweet