We run work-based learning offers for students in KS4, KS5 and at tertiary level, with public-facing outputs developed by participants in response to our live briefs.
Previous work has included a bespoke visual language and brand design for the new Anti-Apartheid Legacy: Centre of Memory and Learning and audience-facing resources such as zines and digital media assets that respond to anti-apartheid heritage themes including women in the struggle against apartheid, forced migration and exile and the societal effects of apartheid.
Examples shown here are zines and digital assets created by second year Visual Communication students at London Metropolitan University’s School of Art, Architecture and Design. Examples of the branding work can be seen here. Get in touch to discuss how we can tailor this offer to your requirements.