The UX London team were excited to work on a brand new design challenge this year - that of the stage set.
It may seem like a small detail, but it felt important and timely for us take the opportunity to experiment with a new way to visually represent the essence and brand of UX London. Enter, Stage Right, Jon Aizlewood and Kyle Bean.
We’d worked with Kyle earlier in the year. He produced some beautiful illustration work for our new website - as seen in our Penguin case study, amongst others. In house here at HQ, Alis, Kate and I worked on a brief. We wanted the project to capture one of our core values at Clearleft: “Learn, share, learn share” - a value that spawned the creation of UX London and so many of our other events.
Then we invited Jon on board to work on the design side of things.
Here, Kyle and Jon share their insights from the project, along with the images and video that captured the creation of our lovely new stage set. It was a great project to work on - fast paced, full of creative freedom, but with some tricky practical and logistical constraints thrown in…