Fast Fashion project wins The Digital Hub Award at Kaleidoscope 2022
The Digital Hub Award at Kaleidoscope 2022 has been awarded to Isabel Hartnett a TU Dublin Creative Digital Media graduate for her project titled ‘Fast Fashion Unadorned’.
For this project Isabel designed and illustrated a website, also adapted across social media, to engage the young consumers of fast fashion, change their habits and encourage a more sustainable approach to fashion. ‘Fast Fashion Unadorned’ seeks to inspire change in the choices we make when buying fashion by raising awareness of the impact that our choices have on the world we share and it aims to make us all accountable and fight together for solutions that will transform our world.
View the website at https://isabellahart212.wixsite.com/fastfashionunadorned or follow on Instagram at www.instagram.com/fastfashion_unadorned
The Creative Digital Media degree at the Blanchardstown Campus of TU Dublin produces graduates well versed in all aspects of contemporary media technology. The students finish their degrees by producing final year projects which typically encompass areas such as web design, animation, mobile app development, User Experience (UX) design, game development, film and documentary production, and emerging media technology.
Check back soon for Q&A with Isabel in the coming weeks.