05/06/2021
[2020] Graphic

Design Monthly Meet-up

Cody Dunstan-Brown


About

Interdisciplinary designer specialising in user interface and user experience, brand systems/identity and nearly all print. A recent graduate, currently based in Wellington, New Zealand. My range of interest expands from digital to printed media, working closely on UI/UX at the moment. Currently on contract at Springload, concluding at the end of June.

Status

Available from July onwards for full-time, contract or freelance work. I’m also available for a coffee/chat, just email me your favourite café and I’ll be there.

Previous Clients

Education New Zealand
ACC
Argan Oil New Zealand Ltd.
Flight Coffee

Education

Bachelor of Design
with First Class Honours
Massey University
College of Creative Arts
    [2017-2020]

Contact

[Email]

Recognition

Excellence in Institutional Banking
    [2021]
INFINZ Award

Website update

2 June 2021

Experience

UI/UX Designer
    [Contract]
Springload
    [Present]

UI/UX Designer
    [Internship]
ANZ Bank
    [2020-2021]

Executive
    [University]
Banter & Brews
    [2020]

Graphic Designer
    [Internship]
Flight Coffee
    [2020]

Graphic Designer
    [Freelance]
ArganForYou
    [2019-2020]

Print Specialist
    [Part-time]
CopyWrite
    [2016-2018]

Work

To be able to see a directory of previous work completed by myself and as part of a collective. Please view this website on desktop.


Year

2020
Collaborators

ANZ New Zealand & Australia
Information

While working at ANZ on my internship. I was approached to step into the role as a creative director to brand a event for ANZ’s global design team called Design Monthly Meet-up. It discusses topics of the present and how these things should be implemented into our practice as designers. Luck was even more so on my side when the guest was announced as Dean Broadley. Dean is a BIPOC South African born designer. Founder of Designing humans and Executive Head of Design at Vodacom in SA. He shared his extensive experience of finding his identity being a cape coloured designer (neither black or white) and building out diverse enterprise teams to ensure there is a place for creative talent – of all colours – in South Africa’s future.
     I designed a poster and a presentation format for which contained the content of this event.