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I love seeing people surprise themselves and open their minds to new ways of doing things. Design allows us to see everyday things from a unique and interesting perspective.

Graphic Design Teacher
London

Rachel Broaders

What do you love about design?

I love that design can really change the way people think about certain things. It has the power to open people’s minds to new ways of doing things and can really surprise them, make them smile, or laugh, or consider ideas or subjects from a different perspective.

Why do you teach?

I believe that I have something important to contribute to emerging designers about how best to position themselves in the industry based on their own personal talents, likes and dislikes. There is a different fit for every designer and it is important to explore and make mistakes in order to find out what that is.

I also believe that teaching is a very important part of creating a better design industry overall. By teaching others based on my own experiences, I feel that I am giving something back to the wider design world.

Tell us about your design career outside of Shillington.

Upon graduating I was chosen to be one of three design graduated in Ireland to take part in the Threex3 Internship programme where I had the opportunity to work in three of Dublin’s top design studios. Following this I began working for Together We Create, a formerly New York-based company who specialise in branding and art direction.

What or who are you loving right now?

Mike Perry and Sara Andreasson for illustration; Anagrama, Design Army, Studio Frith for design studios; for projects I’m loving Post’s Dodecal, the identity for this years Venice Biennale by Atelier David Smith and Hudson-Powell’s London Fashion week; lastly for editorial and book design, The Gentlewoman magazine and the new Ottolenghi book “Simple“.

If you were a typeface, what would you be?

Sharp Grotesk: Swiss styling collides with unexpected construction and wonky imperfectionism. Has an exuberant personality and incredible range of moods.

What’s your favourite blog?

Creative Boom

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Anthony Wood
Global

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Australia

Laura Weldon
Global

Karin Harvey
Global

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Andy Judd
London

Saxon Campbell
New York

Fiona Martin
London

Tia Queen
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Ed Baptist
Manchester

Chris Norman
Melbourne

Kieryn Humphries
Brisbane

Spencer Harrison
Melbourne

Martin Power
Manchester

Amy Prus
London

George Simkin
London

Sam Wilson
Sydney

Wayne Smith
Melbourne

Adam Busby
Brisbane

Rich Tucker
London

Alice Lo
Sydney

Jimmy Muldoon
New York

Nikita Prokhorov
New York

Alan Barba
New York

Sydney Ligouri
New York

Nick Smith
Manchester

Dina Hany
Sydney

Emily Comfort
New York

Dave Bird
Manchester

Hilary Archer
London

Alana Cowan
New York

Julie Stinson
Sydney

Nick Bailey
Brisbane

Johnny Boardman
Sydney

Olivia Chen
Sydney

Marcea Decker
New York

Kerry Neesam
London

Ed Allanby
London

Champa Lo
New York

Magda Ksiezak
Melbourne

Meredith Wallis
New York

Katie Mihailovits
London

Laura Darby
London

Rachel Broaders
London

Justine Braisted
New York

I love seeing people surprise themselves and open their minds to new ways of doing things. Design allows us to see everyday things from a unique and interesting perspective.

Graphic Design Teacher
London

Rachel Broaders

What do you love about design?

I love that design can really change the way people think about certain things. It has the power to open people’s minds to new ways of doing things and can really surprise them, make them smile, or laugh, or consider ideas or subjects from a different perspective.

Why do you teach?

I believe that I have something important to contribute to emerging designers about how best to position themselves in the industry based on their own personal talents, likes and dislikes. There is a different fit for every designer and it is important to explore and make mistakes in order to find out what that is.

I also believe that teaching is a very important part of creating a better design industry overall. By teaching others based on my own experiences, I feel that I am giving something back to the wider design world.

Tell us about your design career outside of Shillington.

Upon graduating I was chosen to be one of three design graduated in Ireland to take part in the Threex3 Internship programme where I had the opportunity to work in three of Dublin’s top design studios. Following this I began working for Together We Create, a formerly New York-based company who specialise in branding and art direction.

What or who are you loving right now?

Mike Perry and Sara Andreasson for illustration; Anagrama, Design Army, Studio Frith for design studios; for projects I’m loving Post’s Dodecal, the identity for this years Venice Biennale by Atelier David Smith and Hudson-Powell’s London Fashion week; lastly for editorial and book design, The Gentlewoman magazine and the new Ottolenghi book “Simple“.

If you were a typeface, what would you be?

Sharp Grotesk: Swiss styling collides with unexpected construction and wonky imperfectionism. Has an exuberant personality and incredible range of moods.

What’s your favourite blog?

Creative Boom

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New York

Alice Riley
London

Deepa Shanbhag
New York

Charly Tudor
Manchester

Maddy Ritchie
Melbourne

Bec Humphrey
Brisbane

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Melbourne

Sara Mazzoni
Global

Dina Shirin
Global

Oliver Stevenson
Global

Clay Allison
United Kingdom

Alex Daley
United States

Ella Shillington
Australia

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