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Neil James Angove
  • Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales UK
  • United Kingdom
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REQUEST: 'Sustainable:ME?' project at Cardiff School of Art and Design

Hello everybody.This is my first post – yet I find myself needing to apologise straight away…I'm asking for help. Please read on…Each year, a person interested in issues relating to…Continue

Started Sep 21, 2012


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Neil Angove Limited / Cardiff Metropolitan University
Sustainable Graphic Design
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Neil Angove Ltd is actively developing sustainable-practice within the graphic-design profession and within higher-education. As a lecturer at Cardiff Metropolitan University, the Director, Neil Angove also brings his experience as a design-practioner to the teaching programme at Cardiff School of Art and Design. In-turn, the academic environment informs the sustainable-design-practice of Neil Angove Ltd.

Sustainable graphic design begins with you (the client-partner)… working together with us (the design-partner), sharing ideas – a transparent relationship. When we explore together, we become equal partners – we begin a conversation. In fact, conversation is essential to sustainable graphic design, this is how we gain understanding, insight and appreciation. This is how we come to think more clearly. We call this 'human-scale' design, a relationship between people who care, seeking to communicate with clarity – bringing into being a richness of creativity.

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At 22:40 on February 2, 2012, Ruth Dineen said…

Hi Neil, When you have a moment, do join the Wales Group - it's really starting to wake up. Pam Luckock is organising an event in NWales on May 2nd at which Edgar Cahn (who started the whole thing off) will be speaking. Worth going to!



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