26 June 2015

Make it in Design Summer School 2015

Back by popular demand the Make it in Design Summer School is running again this July to fill their students summer with creativity, inspiration and fun. We are lucky enough today to view a selection of works by students from the 2014 course and if you fancy a go this year here are some more details..
Delivered on-line over four weeks from July 6 – 31, there are three tracks available (Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced) and you can sign up for multiple tracks if you wish. Summer School is an ideal opportunity to experience working to a design brief, grow your portfolio, connect with other designers around the world, stretch yourself as a designer and even get your work published.

Each Summer School track includes:

 Two creative design briefs - inspired by real 2016 trends predicted by WGSN and two fun design challenges - offering fantastic experience of working to a brief and with key trends for the year ahead
 Downloadable bonus material - depending on the track, including room set images, textures, colour palettes, wallpapers and more
 Access to a private Facebook group - to connect with other designers from across the world participating in Summer School
Chance to win - a FREE place on our acclaimed online course The Art and Business of Surface Pattern Design and other prizes!
Get published! - a chance to get your work published in MOYO magazine, in the Surface Pattern Design Lookbook Vol 2 and across the Make it in Design website
To discover more about how Summer School works, to view last years’ designs and read what participants thought of it, visit the Make it in Design website.
From the 2014 Graduates we have a tropical brief print by Anne Bomio at the top of the post and below Tribal brief design by Belinda Sigstad.

Above : Bernadette Moke (feathers brief) and Below : Amalya Porat (tropical brief).

Above : Kathryn Cole Below (tribal brief) : Nelleke Verhoeff (animal print brief)

Above : Brenda Deguara-Ayana (intricate chaos brief) and Below : Anne Lehman (feathers brief)

Above : Magdalena Bardzinska (tropical brief) and Below : Ella Elron-Breitman (tribal brief)

Above : Yvette Marie-Jones (intricate chaos brief) and Below : Li Wang (animal print brief)
And finally Ruth Burrows (water rays brief)

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