Amy Ferreira - Hi, Im Student of the Week!
Sydney based designer, Amy is passionate about travel, dogs, reading and design!
Fashionista, designer, and mum of three kids Jacqui is combining her talent with textiles and graphic design into some truly beautiful work.
Munich-based illustrator and printmaker, Kristen finished her studies with TGDS a few years ago. Ever since she has been working clients from Toyota Canada to Bloomberg Philanthropies.
Full-time pharmacist Chia has recently finished her course in TGDS. She says it has opened her mind up to a whole new perspective on design.
Natasha is a full-time designer working in branding, marketing and communications.
Anouk is a dutch girl returned in Amsterdam after two years in Melbourne. She excels at packaging, branding and corporate identity. She is now establishing herself as a freelance designer.
Ashley Van Den Heuvel
Ashley is a Queensland surfy chick, with a real talent for magazine design and branding.
TGDS Graduate Sean Mates is an Identity Designer, he works with individuals, entrepreneurs, and businesses to help find their identity in the most simple and natural way possible.
Chloe is serial generalist. She has worked in music, fashion design, journalism and (soon!) graphic design. She believe that knowledge is the most important thing, and I aim to be a lifelong learner.
Dawn is a Belfast girl, loving life on the Isle of Mull on Scotland’s wild west coast. Her husband and her run a biscuit bakery making lots of organic biscuits.
Corey is from Melbourne, Australia. He is a freelance designer, a web developer, a problem solver. He learnt with us to design with purpose and meaning.
Sebastian in a designer, a father, a talented illustrator and another example of a successful reconversion to design!
My name is Jessica and I live in the Netherlands. Since discovering my passion for design I decided that an online graphic design study was perfect for me - I found TGDS online and after some research I decided that the course and its modules were exactly what I was looking for.
Andrew is a designer from Newcastle Upon Tyne and is working freelance, he has an online shop and has designed a t-shirt range.
Lifting the lid on graphic design throughout this course has been exciting and challenging. The course material is well written and researched. The tutors have been sensational. They are real world industry professionals with a passion for design and the ability to share that skill with you.
The Graphic Design course is a fantastic resource for anyone who has an interest in forging a career in visual communication, or simply has a casual interest in the subject. The best part is, you can do this course at your own pace - There’s no deadlines and no need to stop full time work.
I really loved the course and I am so pleased I found The Graphic Design School. I had wanted to do a Graphic Design course for a long time but couldn't take time off to physically attend classes, so the online option was perfect for me.
Hi, I'm Robbie and as much as I'd like to tell you how much I Iove coffee stained pants, sadly I don't. I like Great Danes, fresh new shoes and I also love everything about design. The great thing about TGDS and their online course is that you can take it anywhere with you and it fits in nicely with the rest of life.
Bryan was one of the first TGDS students -- back in 2008. Banker by day, designer by night.
Even though I studied visual arts, photography and graphic design while at school, once I entered the workforce, I unfortunately fell off the creative wagon. After nearly 10 years of doing a variety of admin work, I decided it was time to do something that I love, so I enrolled at The Graphic Design School. It was the best decision I've ever made!
I originally studied graphic design to supplement my work as a digital marketing specialist but soon fell head-over-heels in love with the world of graphic design. Studying online with TGDS was a great experience and gave me the freedom to continue my studies while I travelling and working overseas.
The Graphic Design Schools Certificate in Design stretched my creativity and challenged me (in a nice way). As a previously self-taught computer-bound designer, I certainly made friends with my pencils and sketching pad. Any folks wanting to expand their learning in a practical and creative way then this is the course for you (oh go on then...).