UPDATES!

Since my last poster designs, I have had two interviews and one I’m currently waiting to see if I have been successful or not.

My fingers and toes are crossed, I’m anxious and well, excited to know.

BUT

Working as a supervisor has been interesting and I am actually enjoying this new position, but it is tiring which is why I haven’t had much room for any recent designs apart from one amazing project, which has just finished.

I’ve been designing wedding invitations for my Uncle and Aunty to be, I’ve seen a photo of the invites, printed in all their glory and I can’t be more proud of the achievement and helping craft their special day next year. I’m not going to reveal the designs just yet, other wise a lot of people will loose out on this spectacular surprise!

So for now, I’m planning my next design spectacle (well…. trying to think of ideas…).

 

Freshers Week

So, this week has been an interesting one.

I had my induction on Tuesday, introducing me to my final year units and dissertation. (Research paper and visual outcome)

I have decided to go on the shorter option for the dissertation, so from Monday I have 12 weeks to write 2500 – 4000 words and produce a visual outcome. Planning my time has never seemed so important and mind blowing. My other units this year look interesting too, Major Project in Graphic Design is in two parts over the year, the first being research and development and the second being the outcome. The others aim to get me work ready for the industry.

In all honesty, I am anxious not to mention a little scared of the future. It’s my last year so I got to make it count as much as I can. Beating those 2:1s from last year will be a tricky one. I know I can do it but it’s the problem of executing it.

The other bit is I spent two days at Freshers Fair, recruiting new students into the Circus Society. This was a good opportunity to meet people and sell our society. I also got a few freebies such as a sombrero, and some student vouchers for restaurants.

I hope these nerves and terrors go away when I get stuck into things.

We shall see