GMD Course Development 

The new first year GMD students are now approaching the midway point through a radically revised unit, ‘Introduction to GMD’. All students were invited to bring with them an object, approximately hand sized, that has material or physical value but also, more importantly, personal meaning – family heirlooms, cultural artifacts and some fascinating curios. These ‘Objects of Provenance’ are…

Everyday Heroes

Graphic & Media Design students Stephanie Tan and Maxwel Fabiano Da Silva were involved in designing a major exhibition during their Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS) year. The ‘Everyday Heroes’ exhibition came from a professional relationship that LCC has built with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) team at BNP Paribas. The French bank approached the ‘Conscientious…

Alumnus Joins UAL UX Team

Declan Talbert graduated from the Graphic and Media Design (GMD) course in 2011. Since then he has had a varied and international career but is now back with us, working on UAL’s new website design…  What are you doing now?  “I’m currently working at University of the Arts London (UAL), as a UX Designer for a newly…

Jobs on the Out

Design: Annabel Schick   Last term, a group of 2nd year Graphic & Media Design students began work on a live collaboration with GMD alumnus, Alex Rose, National Careers Service Advisor for HMP YOI ISIS and HMP Wandsworth. The students who volunteered to take part in the project were; Annabel Schick; Ryan Ellis; Tom Allen, Veronica Carlin and Ewa Dykas; James Robinson and…

Talent Works 2018

LCC Talent Works is a programme that funds LCC students and recent graduates to work on projects for social enterprises, charities and community groups. A number of second year Graphic & Media Design students took part in Talent Works projects this year. Under the scheme, GMD students were given training in website design and then put…

Melt-It DIY

The Melt-It DIY event was a student driven project, held as part of UAL Green Week 2018, promoting sustainability through the process of recycling and designing with plastic waste. It featured three key speakers: Rodrigo Garcia with Ooho Project; Sophie Thomas on the circular economy and Happenstance Workshop with the STEW project. The event was…

Type Designer Takes Next Step

Alumni Matthew Willsone is preparing to start an MA at the University of Reading, specialising in typography. He shares his story with us… “During the latter months of studying Graphic and Media Design I wanted to challenge myself to create work that was completely original, which meant developing a unique style of type design for…