05/06/2021
[2020] Graphic

International Society of Typographic Designers

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
Context

4th Year I.S.T.D University Project
Information

The significance of numbers. What on earth does that mean? – I asked myself whilst receiving the brief for this project. We had to create a publication and poster to illustrate the significance of numbers through some form of narrative. I instantly thought back to hearing of the ‘Number Fever’. A series of unfortunate events that happen in the early ‘90s in the Philippines. Pepsi, created a promotion called ‘Number Fever’ which started rolling out numbers under their bottle caps. A weekly draw then announced a winning number to win a sum of money for whoever had the bottle cap with said number. All things were going well, Pepsi’s large market share kept increasing, until one frightful week. This week there was 1,000,000₱ ($30k NZD) up for grabs. But a computer error ended up printing 800,000 winning number bottle caps. People when they realised they won demanded their money, which Pepsi refused due to the error. This then ended in their vans being torched, offices bombed, hundreds severly injured and a handful dead.