Hello. I’m Ed Harrison,
a graphicdigitalcollaborativefreelance designer.
I’m a graphic and digital designer based in Brighton, UK. I aim to create purposeful & playful work for both print and screen.
I have a growing interest in people-centered design, and I’m keen to contribute my time and creativity to community-based projects that hold true value. Recent examples include branding a night shelter for the homeless, and designing a web campaign that connects young people to the First World War.
My printed work has made an appearance on It’s Nice That, GraphicDesign& and Design Week, and some of my digital projects have been showcased on Site Inspire, HoverStates and the FWA.
I'm honoured to have been selected by the Design Council as one of their Ones to Watch - 70 young designers who they feel represent the future of innovative British design. Check out the short film below to learn more about the Remembrance project, which was showcased under Designing for Social Impact.
I enjoy the process of collaboration and spend most of my time working with creative agencies on a project-by-project basis. Occasionally I take on work as an independent designer, if the project is the right fit.
If you would like to know more about my work or discuss a potential project, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“I don't care, because I'm too busy making things.” – Mitch Goldstein