A combination of letters, numbers, symbols and a mystery figure have led to highly commended competition success for a Digital T Level student at Walsall College.
Rhys Woolley’s image of a hacker prevented from breaking into a code was praised by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. The artwork was for their Technicians make it happen social media campaign which promotes digital technician careers.
“I thought that the hacker image would appeal to the age range the campaign is aimed at,” said Rhys. “Even so, I was both really surprised and proud of how well it was received. It was a national competition, so I knew the standard of entries would be really high.”
He continued: “My inspiration for the design came from my interest in coding and programming. The skills I’m learning on the T Level course helped too.
“I’m hoping to get into an apprenticeship in this area after my course.”
Rhys is studying a T Level in Digital – Software Development. Find out more about the course here.