This book celebrates the cultural mosaic that is the Indian Subcontinent. It provides a journey for the reader providing information about the region each saree is derived from and cuisine of each region. The vibrant colors add visual intrigue to the piece and a good rhythm and pace to the book in general. The regions are also celebrated with the inclusion of the different languages and dialects spoken in each region. Overall, this book serves the purpose of celebrating the heritage of sarees.
Rupsha Mutsuddi Provisional RGD (Junior/Intermediate Designer)
Member since
May 4, 2022
Areas of Specialty
Branding, Editorial Design, Typography
Other Capabilities
Advertising, Brand Strategy, Illustration, Information Design, Photography, Systems Design, UX Design, Web Design
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Company description
Rupsha is a multidisciplinary graphic designer who is passionate about branding, editorial design, design for social good, and UI/UX. Her work is driven by a strong focus on storytelling and a holistic research methodology. She holds an Honours Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto and will be pursuing a Master of Design at York University in Fall 2022.
Why am I a designer?
At my core, I am a problem solver. My experience in living in several different countries and my previous education in psychology have allowed me to understand how people think and perceive information. Using visuals I like to solve communication problems and assuage communication problem areas between disparate parties. I believe that great design is often not boastful but works in harmony with the parameters it is surrounded by.
Why should you hire me?
I consider myself a lifelong student as I'm always looking for avenues to improve my skills and broaden my understanding of design. Whenever I approach a project, I like to take a 360-degree approach and dig in to consider all avenues that are possible within the time frame. I work well in groups and try to be as helpful as possible no matter what capacity I'm involved in. My education as well as my experience with living on 3 continents gives me a unique perspective that has shaped my practice thus far. My work originates from a place of empathy as I strive to understand target audiences first and foremost in my design process.
Where do I see myself in 5 years?
I am a recent graduate of Conestoga College's Graphic Design Advanced Diploma program. Following my completion of the program, I wanted to explore the academic discipline of design and explore more complex issues surrounding the industry which is why I applied to the Master of Design program at York University. I believe this will one day bolster my effectiveness as a teacher. My love for teaching was sparked when I became a peer tutor for the program during my second year of school. I would love to teach someday. Following my completion of the Master of Design program, I plan to work full time as a designer within a multidisciplinary firm and eventually shift to an art director position once I feel I have apt experience. Leading teams and collaborating with people to create great work brings me great fulfillment.
Contributions to RGD
- Co Chair of the RGD Student Committee
- Member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee