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Review Week: Blog/Sara Talk

For Thursday review week, everyone are looking at blogs. To start the day off, Sara has given us a advice or talk about blogs. To begin with task, everyone got into small groups of six or seven and head to hand a studio begin begin looking at the blogs. In the groups, everyone had to look at each other blogs instead of how it was done in the last blog review week where everyone had to be in their rotation groups and look at other groups blog.

My group consisted of seven people and we began talking about each other blogs.
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As we saw the blogs, we noticed how everyone has approach it since the last time we saw it during the presentation. After looking and discussed the blogs, the group came in to the conclusion to present the two blogs, which are mine and

At 12:00 everyone handed back to studio and start with the presentation of blogs. For the first group, we looked Finn and Cameron blog.

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The second group came up. The people that presented their blogs were Hannah and A’isha.
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The third group came to present and the blogs that was presented belonged to Jacob and Carlos
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The forth group was my group. Mine and Lisa blog were chosen to be presented in front of the class and the whole group came up to talk or stand for support.
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After lunch, the group got a wonderful chance to Listen to Sara talk about her life as a designer. I’m surprise to learn that she was a trained tailor and learnt textile, pattern marking for four years till she found her love for communication. Sara took part in projects like publication and regeneration, her clients were Royal College of Art, Design Museum, V&A and many others.

The picture below was works she created for the royal college of art. She worked or created work for the school from 2005 till 2010.
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This image is a project called Ex Warner Project. She created Logos and books for homes for a particular area.
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She worked for the design museum for few years. Sara loves rebranding. She had to rebrand and create an colour reference library. She also worked international by creating and completed a project for university in Japan. She worked for the V & A by creating a poster about Cross stitching. The quote on the poster said Life’s too short for cross stitch.

Listening to Sara, Ive got a sense of excitement and from looking at the slides, I saw the amount of work she done.

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