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Lisa Winstanley Cut and Paste Branding
Cut and Paste Branding is Golden Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design Award Category.
Cut and Paste Branding

This project toolkit, Cut and Paste: Preventing Visual Plagiarism, addresses a topic that can affect everyone in the design industry and yet visual plagiarism is a topic that is seldom discussed. This could be due to the ambiguity between taking reference from an image and copying from it. Therefore, what this project proposes is to bring awareness to the grey areas surrounding visual plagiarism and position this at the forefront of conversations around creativity.

Cut and Paste Branding
Lisa Winstanley Cut and Paste
Lisa Winstanley Branding
Lisa Winstanley design
Lisa Winstanley design
Lisa Winstanley

Lisa Winstanley is an Assistant Professor in the School of Art Design and Media. For the past decade she worked internationally as a design educator, however her academic career is also underpinned by over 20 years of commercial experience; working in the UK as a creative practitioner and design consultant. As a visual communicator, Lisa’s work has won many prestigious industry awards including, The World Wide Logo Design Awards (WOLDA) 2019 Gold Award and most recently her branding work has been awarded as one of the top 25 Graphic Designs of 2019 in the International Creative Quarterly best 100 Annual. With further works showcased in exhibitions in New York City, Barcelona, Zurich and Florida's Fort Lauderdale Art & Design Week. My research reviews the links between design and trust focussing on two concomitant areas: ethical design practice and collaborative design practice. I am interested in investigating multidisciplinary collaborations which allow us to work together as a society, to produce human-centric design solutions for society. My research reviews what tools can help facilitate such collaborations and what systems need to be in place for effective and ethical collaboration to transpire.

Lisa Winstanley

Lisa Winstanley is an Assistant Professor of visual communication at the school of Art Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. This design project was created as part of her current research into preventing visual plagiarism.