Kieron Lewis is a south London-born freelance graphic designer and public speaker. Over the years, he has designed numerous self-directed and client-based projects for clients such as Harper Collins, Penguin Books, Levi Strauss, and Adobe. This year, Kieron was a judge at the D&AD Awards for the Writing for Design Jury. In October, he will be speaking at Adobe Max, exploring topics within the editorial design, the African community and its diaspora, and the importance of collaboration.
In this episode, Kieron had shared great insights on Editorial Design and the classic elements of editorial design. We then established visual hierarchy and balance layouts in the editorial work, where he explained the Editorial design process. Next, he shared insights on storytelling via words and how he establishes a connection with readers. In the end, we concluded the show with tips to beginners on creating an Editorial Design Portfolio.
Takeaways - What is the process of editorial design, How to establish storytelling via Words, Getting started with editorial design portfolio.
Books Recommend by Kieron Lewis
Dare to Change
It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want To Be
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