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D&AD New Blood 2014 - Best in Show

Challenge

Every year we pay for our students to exhibit their work both in Newcastle and at D&AD New Blood in London. D&AD (Design & Art Direction) is one of the leading Design Associations in the UK and is renown worldwide, and they host a graduate show each year which some of the best design programmes exhibit their work at. It’s a great place to showcase the students’ work to industry and it has a number of prizes for students taking part.

Result

We won two ‘best in show’ awards for Caroline Innes & Simon Walsh’s ‘Reso’ app and another for Tim Thomas’s ‘Colour Interface’.

Reso
‘Reso’ is an App that allows users to solve almost any difficult decision users might have to make throughout their day. It was design in response to a live brief set by digital agency R/GA called ‘Life After Snapchat’ (More details on the project can be found here). 

 

Reso App by Caroline Innes & Simon Walsh from Northumbria University on Vimeo.

Colour Interface
Tim Thomas’s personal project that used colour recognition to play a simple game instead of using a keyboard. The application of Tim’s technical solution are numerous for ‘early years’ learning… .

 

Colour Interface by Tim Thomas from Northumbria University on Vimeo.

Course info

UCAS Code W280

Level of Study Undergraduate

Mode of Study 3 years full-time or 4 years with a placement (sandwich)/study abroad

Location City Campus, Northumbria University

City Newcastle

Start September 2020

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