Armed Forces Medical College

For the silver jubilee of the 1984 batch of AFMC – Armed Forces Medical College, we were asked to design a memoir that manifested in the form of a 250 page coffee table book. This book captures all the stories, banter, photographs and mails that were exchanged while they studied there.

I tried new things!
Since this was a project filled with emotions and memories, we didn’t work with a template approach. Each page layout was dictated by the contents of the page, thus making every spread unique.

I learnt lots!
This was our first project that dealt with so many data sources! 125+ students of the batch contributed every little memory they had from their time in college over email. Apart from mastering google drive for project management, I understood how important it was to stay super organised as a designer: I developed an eye for identifying gaps in content, evaluating the context of the submitted content and validating it for print production.

Project undertaken while at Obsessive Compulsive Designers
Tagged in Content Strategy Print Visual Language