Based in Leeds (UK), and graduated with a Master in Design (HDK, 2016) I specialise in graphic design and illustration.
I work across Europe with a range of clients including tech start-ups, education and research institutions, and support projects and structures committed to social and environmental rights.
We always favour collaborations with local actors. We rely on the strength of a strong local network, to support local employment, and to promote the skills and expertise of our communities.
We are part of a global network of designers, and always keep an eye on what is being done around the world to initiate larger scale and multi-cultural collaborations.
3∙ Slow Webdesign
means building a site in a more sober way to have a smaller ecological footprint. By keeping websites and newsletters light, we ensure accessibility of the content by all, and a reduction of energy consumption for data hosting.
Through our visual representations, we highlight a diversity of bodies and cultures and question individual situations. Through teaching we make sure each student has the opportunity to experience and develop their skills to the fullest.
We choose to collaborate with, and highlight the work of contemporary women, whether they are typographers, illustrators or developers.
Digital accessibility means taking into account the physical and mental conditions of users and adapting platforms to their needs.