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I teach because it’s an opportunity to share knowledge with the next wave of designers.

Graphic Design Teacher
Melbourne

Becc Sharrock

What do you love about design?

As a designer you learn new tips and tricks and find new tools every single day. Trends change, new tech is created, new languages are written, tools are enhanced, tools disappear, you have to enjoy being a life long learner to survive in this profession.

Being a designer means you’re part of something big. Designers understand each other because we process the world around us in similarly different ways. It makes us close knit in a way that other professions don’t seem to understand. The design community is a family that celebrates thinking outside the box, and imagining that the impossible is possible. We embrace this line of thinking because all of the most innovative creations have come from designers making impossible things exist.

Why do you teach?

Personal and career development. Opportunity to share knowledge with the next wave of designers. Be inspired by fresh minds.

Tell us about your design career outside of Shillington.

I’ve worked for number studies in Melbourne After working in the industry full time for the past ten years, I wanted 2017 to signify change. I now teach part-time, manage Studio Twocan and my Design Business.

 

What’s your favourite blog?

The two blogs I visit the most are Under Consideration – Brand New and BP&O.

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Anthony Wood
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Sarah McHugh
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Jason Cooper
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Laura Weldon
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Karin Harvey
Global

Shanti Sparrow
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John Palowski
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Rebecca Hulme
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Jess Waal
New York

Andy Judd
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Saxon Campbell
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Alyson Pearson
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Brenton Craig
Brisbane

Fiona Martin
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Ben Longden
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Tia Queen
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Ben Griffiths
Sydney

Ed Baptist
Manchester

Chris Norman
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Jen Dennis
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Kieryn Humphries
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Becc Sharrock
Melbourne

Fiona Yap
Sydney

I teach because it’s an opportunity to share knowledge with the next wave of designers.

Graphic Design Teacher
Melbourne

Becc Sharrock

What do you love about design?

As a designer you learn new tips and tricks and find new tools every single day. Trends change, new tech is created, new languages are written, tools are enhanced, tools disappear, you have to enjoy being a life long learner to survive in this profession.

Being a designer means you’re part of something big. Designers understand each other because we process the world around us in similarly different ways. It makes us close knit in a way that other professions don’t seem to understand. The design community is a family that celebrates thinking outside the box, and imagining that the impossible is possible. We embrace this line of thinking because all of the most innovative creations have come from designers making impossible things exist.

Why do you teach?

Personal and career development. Opportunity to share knowledge with the next wave of designers. Be inspired by fresh minds.

Tell us about your design career outside of Shillington.

I’ve worked for number studies in Melbourne After working in the industry full time for the past ten years, I wanted 2017 to signify change. I now teach part-time, manage Studio Twocan and my Design Business.

 

What’s your favourite blog?

The two blogs I visit the most are Under Consideration – Brand New and BP&O.

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James Bourbon
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Spencer Harrison
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Martin Power
Manchester

Amy Prus
London

George Simkin
London

Lucy Wells
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Maja Cule
New York

Wayne Smith
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Louise Mora
Manchester

Adam Busby
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Emma Stokes
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Renée Melo
London

Rich Tucker
London

Jimmy Muldoon
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Robin Cameron
New York

Nikita Prokhorov
New York

Alan Barba
New York

Sydney Ligouri
New York

Ben Miners
Brisbane

Katie Baxendale
Manchester

Emily Comfort
New York

Dave Bird
Manchester

Andy Lee
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Hilary Archer
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Ed Cornish
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Sara Mazzoni
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Ali Neilly
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Laura Entralla Peláez
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Clay Allison
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Alex Daley
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