Isobel Loney

A creative and hard-working Graphic Communication student. Skilled at designing for screen and illustration. A confident and extroverted team player who is accustomed to working in a fast-paced environment. Offers extensive knowledge of various software programmes for graphic design, strong attention to detail, and well-organised time management abilities. Looking for a graduate role as a UX designer, as the future is digital.

Life After Stroke

What is Life After Stroke? A stroke is a very serious condition where the blood supply to part of your brain is cut off. 100,000 people have strokes each year, and there are 1.3 million stroke survivors in the UK1. Although medical treatment has become much more advanced for stroke survivors through rehabilitation, strokes are a very serious medical condition that require a lifetime of dedication to overcome. Did you know that as many as two-thirds of stroke survivors may experience cognitive impairment as a result of their stroke2? In the case of a stroke, one or more cognitive domains may be affected, including attention, memory, language, and orientation. Life After Stroke is here to help to try to recover these skills. We provide over 1000 daily activities for our users to complete, and evaluate their progress accordingly.

Dizzy Milk Brew Company

Designing a set of beer can labels and a logo for Dizzy milk brew company was my first Real Job. Our clientswere beginning a new business venture of brewing their own range of craft beers in July, 2020. The proposed name of their company was ‘Dizzy Milk Brewery”, and the USP of this brand was to sell the beers via an online subscription and to deliver them straight to the home address of the buyer. The closure of pubs during the first UK lockdown and the confinement that people had to maintain within their homes sparked this idea and the proposition that the beers would be distributed by milk men and women in the same fashion as their milk deliveries.

Artivism Magazine

Artivism magazine is unique, striking, and bold. It isabout the merger of art and activism. Each issue focuses on a different social issue, with the aim of bringing together marginalised communities.Artivism is For people who like art, For people who Like activism, For people who like reading, For people who like magazines, For people who appreciate good design, For feminists, For the Black community, For the LQBTQ+ community, For people fighting climate change, For people affected by aids, For people with invisible disabilities, For people who care about animals, For people who feel out of place in society, For people who want a place to feel safe.But most importantly…For people who want to make a change in the world.