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This project began as a submission to BrandOpus Chrysalis Awards.
In response to the brief to create a mass-appealing drinks brand with a sustainability story at its heart, I created the brand Slantini.
With over 4.5 million tonnes of fresh produce being wasted in the UK each year for failing to meet appearance standards, I recognised an opportunity for a new, pre-mixed cocktail made only from UK-grown wonky fruits.
There are currently no sustainable pre-mixed cocktails on the market. Slantini not only saves wonky fruits, but it also has a low carbon footprint and supports UK farms. What more could you want?!

Slantini - Brand Activation

My main aim for this project was to introduce a sustainable pre-mixed cocktail option to a new audience through an upbeat and quirky tone of voice.

Slantini - Brand Activation

In an effort to avoid cliche 'sustainable' connotations, I experimented with copy that would be sure to turn heads and encourage audiences to support the brand.

Slantini - Social Media Brand Promotion

Slantini - Brand Launch

Hana Shafieyfard

I have often been described as someone who is friendly, gregarious and enthusiastic. I have a constant willingness to learn and thrive when I am immersed in group environments. When I approach design, I am passionate about tackling problems through conceptualising, developing and producing innovative solutions.

My design work primarily utilizes a combination of UX & UI design, product design, packaging design, and branding.

I am driven by curiosity and a passion to understand why and how the designs we see around us each day are designed in the way that they are, explaining my life-long aspiration to become a professional designer.

My strengths lie in using my creativity to solve problems, my keen attention to detail, and a slight obsession with organisation.

Final year project

Graphic Communication and Illustration