I want to do good for nothing because I'm interested to move in to the social impact space. I want to match my professional skills with an opportunity to empathise with people and real-life concerns. I am really interested by the way design-led thinking can affect and improve social issues, by responding to real-life experiences. I am especially impressed by the way solutions can be prototyped in an agile and user-centred way, ensuring impact comes before ego. I like the idea of design as a social service.
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I've been working as a graphic designer for the past 9 years, focusing on brand development and digital product design, with a range of organisations, including cultural organisations, independent businesses, and blue-chip corporations.
The skills I can bring to GFO are design (print, digital, and brand development), agile prototyping, empathetic discussion, motivating workshops, and organising freelancers/volunteers. I've organised events in Berlin, and co-founded a fleamarket for vintage and new design, which ran for three years.
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- Attended the Participate gig in London on Friday 24th