D18: 100 Years of Innovation

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University of Sydney's Annual Design Exhibition 2018

Every year, the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning holds an Annual Design Exhibition to showcase multiple projects, including web/mobile applications, VR experiences, lighting installations and other high-fidelity prototypes, that have been created by that year's graduating class. Over 1000 people attend this event, ranging from students and alumni to employees from our sponsors including Atlassian, CX Lavender, EY Australia etc.

By being part of the D18 team, my main role was the graphic designer for digital, print and social media. All design assets were used in print format, on TV screens around the USYD campus, as well as on social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram.

 

Created graphic assets for:

- Branding

- Merchandise; usb, stickers, tote bag

- Printed catalogue

- Printed posters

- Digital posters

- Event space design; for floor and walls

- 2x2m mural 

Programs/materials used:

- Adobe Photoshop

- Adobe Illustrator

- Coloured duct tape

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Merchandise & Event Space Design

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Event Day

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University of Sydney's Lighting Display Exhibition

Centenary Exhibition

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Preparation

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In 2018, the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning partnered with society group, SUEDE, to hold a "lighting display designathon" to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the faculty. I was able to participate within a team of amazingly talented peers, and competed against 4 other teams of 3-5 people. Our team won first place and also had the opportunity to physically build our project, which has been permanently mounted at the entrance and exit of the Wilkinson Building, USYD.

 

My role:

- Concept artist

- Installation assistant

- Physical computing;

  + built individual bulbs

  + attached bulbs to hanging wire

Programs/materials used:

- Adobe Photoshop

- Ping pong balls 

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