BA (Hons) Graphic & UX Design


The campaign is a dedicated initiative focused on improving healthcare experiences for women and advancing gender equality within the healthcare system. It aims to address biases, enhance access to care, empower women, bridge research gaps, and foster collaborations. By challenging stereotypes, advocating for policy changes, and engaging stakeholders, the campaign strives to create an equitable healthcare landscape where every woman receives the quality care she deserves. Through awareness-raising, education, and advocacy efforts, the campaign seeks to drive positive change and promote a more inclusive and patient-centered approach to healthcare for women

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HER embossed business card.
HER promotional t-shirts.
HER Facts and Figures promotional posters highlight the gender disparities in healthcare and medical research.
HER leaflet"For awareness to action:uniting against bias in lth care.”
HER promotional conference tote bags.
HER website – bringing change with the official website  
HER social media story.
HER social media postso connect with women andminorities her.campaign_

ISTD – No Bees, No Birds

The project "No Bees, No Birds" explores the intricate relationship between bees and humans, emphasizing the significance of the spaces that connect them. By metaphorically highlighting the interdependence of bees and the ecosystem, the project underscores the critical role bees play in maintaining a balanced and thriving environment. It seeks to raise awareness about the potential consequences of losing bees and underscores the need for human contribution to preserve and protect these vital pollinators. Through artistic expression and educational outreach, "No Bees, No Birds" aims to inspire action and foster a deeper understanding of the importance of nurturing this essential bond between bees and humans.

Titled No Bees, No Birds to suggest without bees the ecosystem would fail.
Inside cover – navy with honeycomb pattern endpages
This is a map of all the different type of bees across the world.
A graphic comparison between bee species.
The importance of bees to agriculture and food production.
The greatest pollinators and how they contribute to the economy.
Why we need bees for human survival.
Last chapter 03 – Decline: What causes the decline of bees.