What We Do
We are a design practice using creative technology and visual communication for social good. We view each project as a creative seed which we plant in people’s minds to encourage conversations and actions to tackle social issues.
Our mission is to co-explore alongside the wider community how design and creative tech can be better used as a tool to realise our vision of positively changing the world, one grain of rice at a time!
We work across a variety of themes and love all things interactive & tech, but we only work on projects or with clients who aim to make the world a better place or improve people’s lives.
Meet the Team
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I’m Safiya and I’m a freelance graphic designer and educator who likes to challenge the diversity and representation within Western design pedagogy. Apart from designing for social good and teaching within Higher Education, my practice focuses on accessible and inclusive design and editorials. I enjoy reading, a nice cup of herbal tea and going for runs when the sun’s out.
I’m Maria and I am a designer working with creative tech, illustration, graphic and interactive design. I am a Royal Society of the Arts Fellow, the project leader and network facilitator of the Digital Maker Collective and an artist at Made In Arts London. I am also the Design and Outreach Officer at Child Rights International Network. I am a film nut and have a passion for music, especially original soundtracks!
I’m Bristy, a designer and maker. My practice focuses on branding, publications, book making, jewelry making, 2D animation and accessible design. I am also the Lead Graphic Designer at Maternal Aid Association (MAA) and I run a jewelry shop, Thread & Rock, with my sister. I enjoy learning new recipes and I often get lost while listening to music and reading books.
Member of the Empower Period Forum
Recipient of the UAL Creative Enterprise Award 2020 Community Sector Award