Hospital Design

I did a project during spring 2018 about making design for hospital wards and corridors. My fictive client is James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough.
The focus was on making enjoyable and calming design for children’s areas which is pleasant for both children and their following parent or another adult.
I have take inspiration from the nature of North Yorkshire.

Promtion Imagery Teesside University

During fall 2017, I did a live project about making new promotion imagery design for the Design Department at Teesside University. The department includes Fashion Design, Textile Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design & Illustration and Production Design & Creative Innovation.
The goal was to make an adaptable design to use for promoting, as well as decoration for the different department areas.

Animal Farm – Book Cover and illustrations

During Autumn 2017 I worked with a book cover and illustration project to the book “Animal Farm”.
The project was done in coherence with the competition brief from Penguin in the adult fiction category.
To make the project a bit more comprehensive, I did make illustrations as well.

“Animal Farm” is a book about allegorical novel about a farm where the animals take power over a farm from the humans running it and start to run it themselves in their own way.

Hendi – Sign language app

During late spring, early summer of 2017, the graphic designer Kine Skjerpen and I made the design for an app focusing on learning sign language. The app is mainly aimed for children without hearing loss to have a better understanding of the language as well as learning to be able to communicate with deaf people. It is also aimed for deaf children as well, so that they can learn more, and for the third target group, teachers and parents that can encourage children to use the app as well as learning and using it themselves.

It was made as an exam project for my bachelor studies in graphic design.
We made a promotion video, app icon and poster. All is in Norwegian.


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For the English speakers: The point of the game is to travel around in Norway with the character Hendi to learn different words in sign language. The words you learn is related to the place you visit and walk through, and you also have quiz’s to see if you remember the words. You can also compare your score to others on the score chart on the app. With the points you gather, it makes it possible for you to unlock different areas of the country to continue the game.

Design eras – Website

During spring 2017, we got about making a website about the different graphic design eras we had gotten a task about making posters to earlier. The website was supposed to be including information about when the exhibitions were going to be held, but also information about the eras as well. As with the poster, it is supposed to be a collaboration with the Norwegian design group Grafill (fictive collaboration.

To the design part I focused on using illustrations so I could chose myself how I wanted the design to look like and beside making it more practical if I wanted to change something.


To check out the website, click here.

Swiss International Style

January 2017 we had a task about making a poster for a fictive design exhibition. Every one of us got a design era each, and I got Swiss International style. It is a fictive collaboration with the Norwegian design group Grafill.

The poster had to be inspired by the era and also include information about when and where the festival was going to happen and some information about the other exhibitions that would’ve been held. I read a lot about the era and found a lot of design inspiration and this is my result to the design:

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Magazine design

During the autumn of 2016, we got a task about making magazine design for a fictive magazine which focus on the environment and social issues. The target group I chose was adults between 25 to 40 years. I chose them because most people in that age are established, got a stable job and many as well a family, which means more people have money enough to buy such magazines.
Besides is it easier to reach out to the younger generations through what they learn from their parents who read this kind  of magazines about different issues. And since the main target group still are quite young, they are the people who still got lot of their life left and can change the world and our mindsets.

For my design, I chose to make graphic illustrations. By doing that, I had more opportunities to visualize the articles as I wanted. As well as that, I could make it more appealing for the target group and give it a younger look.

I gave the it the name ANTI, since I through a lot of my drawing try to show in mild or more exaggerated illustrations to the articles about how we may not want the case to be.

This is some examples of the result the magazine design:

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