Freelance Designer Sally Evans

Sally Elizabeth Evans is a graduate of the University of Salford, originally in Fashion design.

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‘After graduating from the University of Salford with a degree in Fashion design, I found myself missing the creative studio environment and the challenge of creating something beautiful, So I found myself an internship with Cahoona Digital. During my time with there I got an insight into the work process of a graphic Designer and loved every minute of it. I was given some small branding projects to work on, and produced some assets for web designs. I felt right at home in the energetic and sociable environment so was inspired to further my skills, and applied for the graphic design course at Shillington college.’

Moocher project

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‘I enjoyed every minute at Shillington and graduated feeling ready to find work in the industry and a couple of months after finishing the course I found myself freelancing for Ear to The Ground, and from there, with more industry experience, moved on to a paid internship at Play, a digital design agency who create innovative consumer focused digital designs. I learnt a lot during my three months there, working along side the head Designer and service designer on Ipad apps and being involved in concept creation. I was also given my own digital and print briefs to work on and found my confidence with digital design greatly improved.

Since leaving Play I have set my self up as a freelance designer, I am currently working on web design for The Moocher a small catering company who sell high quality foods and rare breed meats. I have found this project extremely enjoyable and have been experimenting with food photography and styling. I also work with a company called Service point on print projects such as bid collateral and stationery design. I have been working closely with the production team and have learnt a great deal about designing for print.’

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‘I am constantly inspired by artists such as Eagon Schielle, whose bold and lively line quality heavily influenced my fashion illustration during my degree. I love Degas’ use of colour and Jenny Saville‘s expression of light and flesh. More recently I have been obsessed with the Charming and Folky Kinfolk magazine and the Photography and blog of Herriot Grace.

I am always looking for new opportunities, and to meet new people and learn new skills.’

Lotto app interaction

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