Rachael Taylor and the Make it in Design Team are having so much fun at New Designers in London this week. From seeing all the talented students and design work, meeting our live contributors, college tutors to discuss our range of talks available to meeting our lovely ABSPD community – what wonderful times!
Don’t forget if you are visiting or exhibiting then please stop by stand A6 to meet us and find out all about our latest classes, resources, offers, exclusive design competition and much much more.
In addition our Make it in Design course leader, flourishing surface pattern designer & illustrator and author Rachael Taylor will be in London today (Thursday June 29, 2017) to join an impressive speaker line-up at New Designers with The Design Trust’s Start Up Day.
The Design Trust’s Start Up Day is a full, information-packed speaker event for recent design and craft graduates during the first week of New Designers which runs from 10.30am – 5.00pm. The Design Trust have invited some very successful creatives and experts to take the stage who will each be sharing their trade secrets with you (read on to download the full programme!)
Rachael will be holding a 45 minute presentation “How to become a professional surface pattern designer” starting at 11am. Come along to hear Rachael talk about what it REALLY takes to make it in the surface pattern design industry, and she will share her top tips, practical advice and story of how she has made it.
The Design Trust Start Up Day also features a number of other exciting presenters including; Sarah Hamilton of Just a card,William Miles Briffa & Co and Anti Copying in Design (ACID) , Andrew Tanner – Design Manager at Sainsbury’s and many more! Check out the full line-up here, register to attend the show here.
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