The first post in anything can always be awkward, so this is going to be short. At the end of August I wrote a blog post for the Creative Conscience on my silver awarded Emergency Services project. A self-initiated project I started back at Falmouth University, it toyed with the idea of giving the public more efficient ways of responding to emergency scenarios. It may do a dedicated blog post soon that discusses the ins and outs in greater detail. Meanwhile, if you find yourself wondering and wanting to know more, send me an email or give me a call – I'd be more than happy to chat. Otherwise, check out this post and give the Creative Conscience some love.
On a side note, the Creative Conscience are a non-profit organisation that give students a platform to create impact in the world. All manners of projects are welcome; graphic design to fashion, community projects to technology and innovation. Year in, year out, they’re getting bigger and even better, so head over to their website and check out other students who have submitted their work. There are some real amazing projects on there that given enough push, could do a world of good. Go be inspired and create some real impact.
My blog post
Creative Conscience's website
Until next time!