Blog of a Mature Graphic Design Student

Major Project – Final Stretch of the Course

I haven’t been able to update my blog as much as I would have liked. With a 4000-5000 word essay plus practical piece to do it has been a bit hectic. However, tomorrow we are on the final stretch – Major Project time. This is pretty much it now, apart from has been described as a “long, slim module”, that is Professional Development. But the majority of the time will be spent on the Major Project, and that is the last project.

Juggling family life and studying has been difficult at times but I’ve learn’t to work as and when I can. Which might meaning working for a few hours in the evening and then not doing anything for the rest of the week because I don’t have time and the week after I’m doing little bits here and there but no big chunk of time. I would recommend to any parent studying to do as much as you can when you can because you don’t know when your next study session will be – unless you have a very organised family life!

I’m hoping that the this last part of the course will be easier to manage, time-wise. It will be all done by the end of April, with an end of degree show in June – a chance to show off.

End of Year Show

Not sure of the dates yet or where it will be but it is usually held in June at The Workstation in Sheffield City Centre.

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Last years show showcased several disciplines including Games Development/Design, Photography, Art and Graphic Design. Many of Sheffield current Graphic Designer’s and future Graphic Designers will attend.

So here’s to the final part of the course! Bring it on!


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