Foss responders

Foss responders is a community-led project to support (FL)OSS technology projects during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. After the initial lockdown measures globally many (FL)OSS projects and events either cancelled, rescheduled or move to an online model. (FL)OSS organisations also had to layoff staff or greatly reduce their costs to compensate for these expensive shifts in ...

Read More

Open Design : Designers in Open Source

‘Open Design’ aims to learn how, as a design community and an open source software community, we can increase and sustain meaningful design contributions to open source and advocate for designers embracing OSS as part of their learning and careers. The first phase of Open Design was funded by Adobe’s fund for design while I ...

Read More

Isooko : Peace technology

Isooko is a funded consortium project where Ushahidi was the technology partner in discovering whether technology can aid peacebuilding education/activities. Activities were primarly undertaken in Rwanda and Kenya due to tribal and political conflict and the subsequent peacebuilding efforts of organisations and governments. The Isooko project has several packages of work dispersed amongst the relevant ...

Read More

Bristol Pride

I’m currently on the committee for the Bristol pride festival managing the onsite decor for an outdoor venue that holds up to 10,000 people. I produced one large-scale banner over 5 meters tall along with two other local artists and arranged the print and installation on the site. My responsibilities including sourcing and decorating the ...

Read More

Love Food Hate Waste

Love food hate waste are a UK based charitable organisation focused on reducing food waste by educating people on how best to store food, use leftovers and managing their food purchasing. I created a series of posters for the organisation to use at events across the UK where members of the public could engage with ...

Read More

Green Map

The Green Map project is a global initiative to create maps that don’t rely heavily on the ‘native’ language of the area and promotes a universal language through iconography to be used across the globe. The premise being to encourage people to investigate their local surrounding for eco-friendly alternatives and green spaces to enjoy. I ...

Read More