Rebecca Cochran’s final major project is about female inequality in the gaming industry. “Although women make up almost half of all gamers in the world, there is still a gender divide,” the designer notes. “This is through sexualisation, harassment, under-representation and unbalance in workplaces.” Glitch Awards is an annual gaming ceremony, focused on equality, inclusivity, diversity and pushing for a better community. By recognising progressive games, companies and people, it brings these problems to light – whilst finding ways to fix them. This goes hand-in-hand with the key messaging: “Be a Glitch.” It originates from the idea that everyone is different and unique. “By embracing and accepting the people around us, we can start to be a more inclusive community.”
Georgia + Kia
Georgia plus Kia are a Creative Advertising team built at Bucks, currently living, laughing and loving as Creative Strategists at TikTok.
Housna Shah’s interest lies in the luxury retail market. Her final project focuses on romantic florals and is inspired by Afghan folk dances and weddings.