Author Archives: yong ping
Creation of web identity for Hann-Made, where I designed and set up their first website. An interior/architecture/building company previously featured in ELLE magazine and is looking to expand their business with an online presence. Each portfolio page was designed in a manner which compliments the interior and style of the featured property.
The hmm/ahh exhibition, an open studio showcasing work in progress from the graduating class of 2010 Design for Advertising. Design for Advertising (DFA) is a pathway within the BA(Hons) Graphic Media Design course at London College of Communication. The pathway focuses on environmental, political, social and cultural issues.
A team of 13 Singaporeans, including myself, represented Singapore as part of the International Youth Climate Movement (IYCM) at COP15, Copenhagen. The landmark conference was the largest international political conference ever held in Denmark with participants from 192 countries representing governments, the business community, and civil society.
Project Survival Media is a global network of youth journalists reporting from the front lines of the climate crisis, and from COP 15. We have a total of eleven new media teams, on all seven continents. We report on the most compelling climate stories from around the world to amplify the underrepresented voices.
Environmental Challenge Organisation (Singapore), or ECO Singapore, is a not-for-profit social enterprise. By providing youths a holistic approach towards environmental issues, ECO Singapore’s mission is to encourage youths to take initiative and choose to live environmentally sustainable lifestyles.
Here are some photographs taken on a recent trip to Beijing using a 35mm Blackbird Fly camera; when fitted with an adapter allows for a full frame exposure. Having spent so much time on digital projects and digital photography, working on good ol’ 35mm film feels amazing and inspiring.
Creative Review (CR) was launched in London in 1980. They now have subscribers in over 80 countries and readers online in over 120. I interned with CR for 6 weeks, where I produced a number of flash banners, advertisements, advertising/media packs and edited content for CRTV.
Diabetes UK approached my University to devise a campaign for them. Type 2 diabetes is growing in incidence across the UK, and if current trends continue, rates are set to increase even more dramatically. Diabetes UK wishes to communicate this national problem to the masses, with a particular focus on those aged 18-30.
Sale: Everything Must Go is an exhibition put together by Year 2 Design For Advertising class from London College of Communication. I was part of the exhibition’s Curation Team who decided on the overarching theme and idea behind the exhibition. In addition, I co-wrote the exhibition’s Manifesto