The Designing for the Future network is made up of students, alumni, tutors, designers and creative businesses who have been involved with the project and whom we continue to champion and support.
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I was delighted last night to be invited to a Private View of Jack Durling's latest work at the Dynamite Gallery in Brighton.
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DFF alumnus Tom Meades has just graduated from the University of Brighton. Here he talks about his exciting final year project which explores sustainable
Joyce Chang – runner up Designing for the Future 2017
Joyce Chang is a BA 3D Design & Craft student at the University of Brighton. Her project, Dot to Dot, took third place
Madeleine Sellers – runner up Designing for the Future 2017
Madeleine Sellers who is studying for a BA in Textiles at the University of Brighton took the second place award in Designing for
Hannah Park – winner DFF 2017
Hannah Park who is studying for a BA in Graphic Design at the University of Brighton won Designing for the Future 2017 with
Philippa Aldrich FRSA, founder The Future Perfect Company
Philippa Aldrich, founder of The Future Perfect Company, began the Designing for the Future project in 2010 to encourage student designers to consider