Student research in communication and graphic design
Current student research degree projects in communication and graphic design at University of the Arts London.
- Kwame Baah - Defining acceptable colour tolerances for identity branding - psychophysical modelling of colour appearance in free viewing conditions
- Klaus Birk - Built information: visual communication in digitally augmented public space
- Gill Brown - Visual elements and visual paradigms: an investigation into scientific conceptual figures.
- Julie Janet Chauffier - The secret language of letter shapes
- Fahad A Dhawi - Redesigning Arabic Learning Books: An exploration of the role of graphic communication and typography as visual pedagogic tools in Arabic-Latin bilingual design.
- Ahmed Mauroof Jameel - The Third Hand in Creating Comic Books: A Practice-Based Study of Writer-Artist Collaboration
- Mike Harkins - Contemporary processes of text typeface design
- Philip Jones - The bones of the book: schematic structure and meaning made from books
- Francisco Laranjo - Designing a critic – research methods for critical graphic design practice
- Joana Casaca Lemos - Communication Design for Sustainability: exploring the role of communication design as catalyst for participation in initiatives that foster sustainability.
- Chris May - University Brand Guidelines: their communication to and implementation by designer and non-designer users
- Penelope Mendonca - A Graphic Novel: Storying the Absent Father
- John Miers - Can You Read It This Way? Tracing and expanding the limits of comic-strip storytelling through practice
- Julia Pitts - Story Design and the Museum: Re-evaluating the Role of Narrative in the Exhibition Experience
- Tzortzis Rallis - Graphic Design for Dissent: The anti-austerity movements and the graphic languages that emerged as a response to the global financial crisis during the early 21st century.
- Elena Veguillas - Architectural lettering and corporate identity: early branding on commercial buildings
- Wong Kwok Kei (Sandra) - Cultural Translation: An Analysis of Chinese Tropes in Emerging Luxury Chinese Lifestyle-Fashion Brands