Alina Sazonova


Hi I’m Alina Sazonova, a graphic design student, currently finishing a BA degree and looking forward to working in the design industry. I enjoy a creative challenge, problem-solving, and continuously looking to develop new skills. I have recently begun exploring motion graphics which I have become very passionate about and am keen to explore further. I also enjoy working with typography, branding and book cover design.


Contact



Follow




Brief: Encourage young people to exercise more
Client: Studio Koto
Media: Branding and product design
Outcome: Brand identity, app design and advertising


 Response to a brief to create a sports brand that encourages young people to exercise using an app that summarises information about free public sports facilities in the users location and provides them with choices for exercising and to explore new sports.


Image
Image
Image
Image

Image
Image
Image Image Image

Brief: Encourage children to speak out about upsetting encounters online |
Client: Grey & Childline | Media: Branding and product design |
Outcome: Brand identity, app design and advertising
Designers: Alina Sazonova & Georgia Murray​


Concept: ‘Word it out’ is the result of a campaign to encourage children to speak out about upsetting encounters online. The concept is built around an app that is rolled out to schools and uses augmented reality on Snapchat to engage children and encourage them to open up and share their experiences directly with Childline.


Image
Image

Brief: Book cover design
Client: Penguin Media
Media: Print
Outcome: Book cover design


Concept: Response to a brief to create a book jacket design for Goodnight Mister Tom a children's novel by the English author Michelle Magorian which follows the relationship of a London evacuee during WW2 housed by a disgruntled old man. The cover concept is a minimal typographic solution enhanced by UV ink, depicting a bed, which is connected to the emotional experiences of the child.

Image

Brief: Book cover design
Client: Penguin Media
Media: Print
Outcome: Book cover design


Concept: Response to a brief to create a book jacket design for A Short History Of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. The concept features an eye made from stars and space dust which represents the close look the author undertakes to explain the universe, the planet and life in all of its forms.

Image


Brief: Encourage meaningful behaviour change towards a sustainable lifestyle
Client: Connect4Climate (D&AD New Blood entry) 
Media: Branding and product design 
Outcome: Video, brand identity, app design and advertising
Designers: Alina Sazanova & Hannah Underwood

Concept: ‘Tilt’ is the result of a brief to create meaningful behaviour change towards a sustainable lifestyle Through the creation of an online platform that helps young adults to track the sustainability level of their shopping choices. This encourages brands to be more environmentally responsible or risk losing custom. 


Image

Other Graduates