The City ID Award for Outstanding Design Process is presented to the Graphic Design student who has demonstrated a robust design process throughout their final project to achieve an exceptional body of work.
This year’s winner is Lottie Johnson who receives an award and £500 prize money.
Cal Jepps of City ID had this to say:
“The standard of work produced this year was amazing, especially in the wake of such unusual circumstances, so all the shortlisted students should be extremely proud of what they have accomplished.
The decision was not an easy one to make, but we felt like Lottie’s exploration of the subject and her evaluation were both really strong, and she ticked all the criteria boxes we were looking for. We were torn between a number of students as they all tackled very different project topics with some beautiful outputs – ultimately Lottie just had that little bit extra in documenting her process fantastically well.”
The announcement was made to Lottie online by City ID attended by course leader Colum Leith and Lottie’s 3rd year tutor Carol Stevens.
City ID are a Bristol based design agency that develop unique design, information and wayfinding solutions globally to integrate people, movement and places.