The recent graduate from UCA Maidstone puts a fresh spin on infographic design.

What’s been your favourite piece you’ve created and why?

At the moment, it’s got to be my minor project, which was two information graphics.

What’s your dream job?

I would like to work for a local design agency that has a broad range of work.

What inspires you?

I take some inspiration from other designers, but I try to come up with my own ideas.

One of the hardest things to accomplish in vector illustration is a halftone, which is a way of reproducing a monochrome image using only dots of varying sizes. Halftones are especially important for graphic artists working with a limited number of colours (in poster or t-shirt designs, for example), because they give nuance to otherwise flat artwork. Moreover, vector halftones can be scaled to any size without showing pixelation.