Centre 33 a charity that supports young people in Cambridge commissioned our graphic design students to create a new logo for their ‘Young Carers Project’.
The second year graphic design students submitted their entries for the competition and students Amy Smith, Katherine Sims and Cameron Harris were shortlisted for their design work. Amy, Katherine and Cameron then got to meet graphic designer Jeremy Bayes and gain his advice on the logo design process.
They went on to refine their designs, with Cameron Harris being selected as the overall winner and his logo used on bookmarks for Centre 33. This professional work is a fantastic edition to Camerons portfolio and will greatly help him in his future career as a graphic designer.
Congratulations to Cameron and all the students who entered this amazing competition!