Ed considers himself an interactive designer, producing the majority of his work digitally in web and animation. A lot of his work explores cross-overs and connections between the physical and digital world (such as his on-screen printer; self-promotion that was produced and sent out physically and digitally).
Surprisingly, Ed was originally inspired by print-based work, and says it is what helped him decide to become a designer. However, he has now moved on to creating for digital formats, as he believes they are becoming more and more relevant in today’s society.
An interactive sculpture that prints messages onto a computer screen when the handle is turned. This conveys how traditional print formats are being replaced by digital screens.
Ed screen-printed a batch of fold-out letters promoting myself as a designer. He then developed a digital version of the letter, in the form of a responsive scrolling website.
An interactive ‘two-minute silence’ that informs users on the relevance of the red poppy traditionally worn on Remembrance Day. Visit it here.
Visit Ed’s website to see more!