Hello, I’m Sam Morris
I’m a designer for screens currently working at The Guardian.
Previously of unit9 and Nokia. D&AD Yellow Pencil winner.
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Design and development for the new fully responsive theguardian.com, mainly focused on the fronts.
Design and development for a personal project that showcases the newest music from each month. Listeners can subscribe to monthly newsletters and listen on the website
Go Set A Watchman Extract
Art direction, design and development for an exclusive extract of Harper Lee’s new novel.
GuardianWitness is the home for user-generated content on the Guardian. The service allows Guardian readers to collaborate with journalists by contributing videos, photos and stories based on assignments. The best content can then appear on theguardian.com and in the newspaper.
The Londoner’s bus departure board, Bustle was the result of my first foray into proper API and mobile development. Using TFL data, Bustle finds stops near you and will display the arrival times quicker and cleaner than any other app on the App Store.
Bustle was released for iOS on the 4th of December 2012
FWA Daily is an iPad magazine that combines all of the daily awards and long form articles that The FWA outputs into one tablet optimised app.
The BBC Archive is an interactive television channel. Designed to allow users to discover new content as well as indulging in nostalgia from the BBC’s rich history.
D&AD Yellow Pencil Winner
2011 Student Awards