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Luke Thompson, Graphic Designer, jkr

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14:45 PM | 13 March 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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We were lucky enough to sit down and ask one of jones knowles ritchie’s Graphic Designers, Luke Thompson, a few questions about his career to date. Not forgetting some all important tips for new designers.

  • Describe your path via Norwich University of the Arts (0 mins)
  • What does a typical day look like for you? (1:22 mins)
  • What do you look for in a designers portfolio? (2:35 mins)
  • How should a designer promote themselves to standout? (3:55 mins)
  • Whose design work inspires you the most and why? (4:55 mins)
  • If you could share a desk with anyone who would it be and why? (5:36 mins)

For more advice, tips and information about design, take a look at our guide to the design industry.

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