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Seven projects for seven years

The beginning of May always marks another anniversary since I joined Cargo, it starts with that momentary panic as the Linked In notifications start piling in and I’m not sure why. However this year has felt very different, with the current situation we find ourselves in it is certainly more a time for reflection than celebration.

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Marie: One year at Cargo

As we move into a new decade, this new year also signals the end of my first year at Cargo and brings about a time for reflection. Although I have been working within the design industry for 6 years, I feel as though the last 12 months at Cargo has been particularly good for my personal growth and I have really enjoyed being able to work on a wide range of exciting projects in my time.

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Affinity – One Year Review

So it’s been just over a year since my last post on the new design software Affinity. Since then, Serif’s Affinity software has hit a few big milestones. Their two initial programs, Designer and Photo are now available on Windows and they have released version 1.5 on both programs as well.

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User Experience — it’s a love, hate thing…

I’m really beginning to dislike the term User Experience (UX) in relation to digital design, it’s overuse and mis-interpretation is not only alarming, but just plain annoying. Don’t get me wrong, it’s important and as the title of this post suggests, I am not against it. In fact I often use it to explain what I do or more importantly what my designs do, but that right there is my point. Good design is good user experience.

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Branding and Design for Rio 2016

With a huge summer of sport reaching its pinnacle with the Olympics & Paralympics just around the corner, I wanted to take a good look at the how their branding has been developed into what we will see for almost a month and a half through August and September.

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