Uppercase Magazine Winter School Winners

Uppercase winners

Just before the festive break we teamed up with the lovely Janine of Uppercase Magazine to give three lucky people the chance to win a free place at the all new Winter School, starting Monday January 9, 2017!

In order to win a free track of your choice (Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced), we simply asked you to share one of your design goals for 2017 before December 31, 2016.

Our winners are…

  1. Lara Georgine – My goal for 2017 is to break out of my creative rut and create a product line I love so much I can focus on promoting it. I’m looking for inspiration beyond my walls.
  2. Clare ThomasI am a contemporary artist and I work a lot with repetition. I know art makes the world a better place, so my design goal for 2017 is to learn how to translate my images and motifs into surface design so they can reach as many people as possible.
  3. Amy SteinbergPerfect timing, because I do have a design dream for 2017. I’m a full-time graphic designer and I spend my time designing for others. I want to discover my unique style and start a stationery business! I’m ready to break the routine and do work that is personal and satisfying.

Are you a winner?

Head over to our Winter School page and discover what each track (Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced) has in store.

Select the one that feels right for you and email the Make it in Design team at [email protected] to let us know which track you’d like to join.


About Winter School

EEEK! We are so excited for our all new Winter School to start next Monday January 9, 2017.

This exciting four-week global online design event gives you experience working to A/W 17/18 trend briefs, helps build your portfolio, connect with other designers around the world and gives you the opportunity to get your work published!

It’s fantastic value for money with individual tracks starting at just £20 (approx $25 USD) it’s the perfect way to kick start your creativity in 2017!




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