RYAN KAVANAGH

Dia dhuit. Hello. I'm Ryan – a graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland. Currently serving as Visual Designer at Revolut.
        My affinity for simplicity has been tried and tested over the past 6 years while crafting design experiences as a designer in studios and agencies across marketing, advertising and brand design. Out of office, you’ll find me near baked goods or dusting off my electronic vinyl collection.
        My work has been recognised and awarded on a number of occassions with IAPI, The IDI, and 100 Archive. I hold a BA in Visual Communications and a BSc in Interior Architecture, both obtained from the Cork Institute of Technology, 2008 - 2015. (Now known as the Munster Technological University, MTU).
        If you’re interested in working together and would like to chat further, catch me on the below and I will respond to you soon. Tóg go bog é.

hello@ryankav.com

Dublin, Ireland
53.3498° N, 6.2603° W


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RYAN KAVANAGH

Dia dhuit. Hello. I'm Ryan – a graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland. Currently serving as Visual Designer at Revolut.       
        My affinity for simplicity has been tried and tested over the past 6 years while crafting design experiences as a designer in studios and agencies across marketing, advertising and brand design. Out of office, you’ll find me near baked goods or dusting off my electronic vinyl collection.       
        My work has been recognised and awarded on a number of occassions with IAPI, The IDI, and 100 Archive. I hold a BA in Visual Communications and a BSc in Interior Architecture, both obtained from the Cork Institute of Technology, 2008 - 2015. (Now known as the Munster Technological University, MTU).     
        If you’re interested in working together and would like to chat further, catch me on the below and I will respond to you soon. Tóg go bog é.

hello@ryankav.com

Dublin, Ireland
53.3498° N, 6.2603° W


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Instagram
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RK © 2021
Fairtrade Ireland

In 2019, friend, work colleague and fellow raver, Dylan Panetta and I joined forces for the Cannes Young Lions competition. Our challenge, set by Fairtrade Ireland and sponsored by JC Decaux was to reignite the brand to deliver awareness with the younger generation.
        We took gold in the design category for Ireland, where we went on to represent our country in design that year. The winning design was used nationally by Fairtrade, seen on JC Decaux digital advertising stations.
        Our creative idea was a simple campaign that was strong, graphic and direct. Research reminded us that our audience is not aware of the difference buying a Fairtrade product can make. They might not even realise they have a choice. We built the campaign around creating this awareness by communicating with strong, direct statements or facts. Facts around their current choices and buying habits.

Studio: Independant
Collaborators: Dylan Panetta
Year: 2019
︎     Logo animation, Motion graphics
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