GRAPHIC DESIGN
UI/UX DESIGN
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PROJECT: LEARNING FUTURES
CLIENT: LONDON COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION
BREIF:
As the construction of the new building for the London College of Communication draws near, this design proposes a multifunctional space for both students and tutors while embodying the identity of the college. 
DESIGN SOLUTION:
The key word for the design is flexibility; using a diamond pattern it allows flexibility of how the user would want to zone the space, to flexibility of purpose. It is mainly intended as an event space as well as a seating area when it is not in use. The glass panels on the side represent the identity of the college, based on its history and what it means now. When the panels are overlapped, a new image can be seen that incorporates all panels seamlessly using the colours of CMYK.
Idea Development: Sketches
Idea Development: Sketches

From initial experimentation to getting a rough idea on the direction, the thought process can be seen and the final idea can be traced back to these sketches.

Idea Development: Panel 1
Idea Development: Panel 1

The idea for these panels are for them to overlap when viewed due to the semi-transparent perspex. This particular series embodies the character and identity of LCC as seen through the student's and staff's eyes, informed by primary research.

panel design
panel design

The idea for these panels are for them to overlap when viewed due to the semi-transparent perspex. This particular series was inspired by halftone printing as the building used to be a printing factory, it would be appropriate to preserve its history. Each colour and angle works together to build the full picture, like students and staff.

Idea Development: Sketches
Idea Development: Sketches

From initial experimentation to getting a rough idea on the direction, the thought process can be seen and the final idea can be traced back to these sketches.

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Notes
This process shows how my ideas and sketches evolve and explore the though process of how the project developed from research to completion.