My personal business cards are one of my proudest works in my collection. I was able to incorporate my own logo, color palette, and make it cohesive with, for example, my digital portfolio.
The power of people is in the things we make. We are makers, and I want to make something with you.
This is who I am both as a person, as a designer and what inspires me. Combining both my colorful personality, but also creating a cohesive space for other brands to shine.
Create for creativity.
Color selection is an early and important aspect of any design process.
Polaroid was made for the internet, in hindsight it’s easy to see. The Impossible Project, is a Polaroid story.
Increasingly big platforms are adapting to dark and light theme options for their interfaces. Can we do more of this?
The idea behind the design for the Laura Ljungqvist website evolved from my work, and the experience they gave me.
For the 2020 overhaul of lauraljungqvist.se I want to create a non-intrusive space, that reminds of an internet without ads.
How I lost my creativity. And what I’ve learned from slowly nurturing it back to health.
My mom told me my grandmother would turn over in her grave if she knew I was only wearing black fashion.
Another Multiverse was inspired by NASA’s new gigantic space telescope, it’s a simple representation of the telescope, and a multiverse around it.
Stockspiration is an exercise in color, creating panels for my digital portfolio. Incorporating a rainbow of colors from Material Design, photographs from Unsplash and Illustrator.
About Laura Ljungqvist Hej, my name is Laura I was born and raised in the Netherlands, and have lived in Sweden for the past ten