Title of thesis: The Position of Black Graphic Designers In Britain: Aspirations, Perceptions, and Impacts.
Sandra Adu is a design director, multidisciplinary design educator and doctoral researcher, who has harnessed her myriad design talents over the sprawling decade of her illustrious design career. She has always associated herself with branding and design initiatives that have effectively fostered positive organisational growth and behavioural changes.
She is the founder of Black Girls in Design and has over the years played a crucial role in helping agencies to deliver exceptional creative projects for a diverse and exciting client base across multiple platforms. Her journey as a designer began with a mission to help small businesses to fight their corner. Her notable clients have been HSBC, Net-A-Porter, REN, L'Artisan Parfumeur, META, JP Morgan, and Puma.