Royal College of Art 
MA Visual Communication 2023

Beatrice Sangster is a designer and researcher whose practice is firmly grounded in  neurodiversity and disability inclusion across design and technology, social initiatives, and healthcare communication strategies.

Designing and critical making engage with culture and society, tackling urgent socio-political issues, emphasising care, and the necessity for innovation. These projects, driven by a keen sensitivity to complexity, strive to confront societal challenges through design and collaboration with organisations, promoting impactful initiatives and advocating for a people-centric ethos.

Beatrice specialises in creative direction, brand identity, exhibition design, UI/UX, and crafting communication design solutions, fostering dialogues between research and practice, translating and bridging models of exchange and experiences to foster connections among individuals and communities.

Before studying MA Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art, Beatrice previously studied at Central Saint Martins and has gained work experience as well as studying different practices in a range of design studios including Akiko Aoki in Tokyo, Louis Vuitton in Paris, and House + Holme in London. 

Behind-the-scenes at RCA 2023 Truman Brewery Degree Show: Beatrice adjusts a poster on a white wall, amidst screen-printed red/pink Visual Communication Identity posters.

RCA 2023 MA Visual Communication Identity, Exhibition at the Truman Brewery Degree Show.

Co-lead Neurodiversity Society
Snowdon Award for Disability

McCann Health LDN
Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design
We Design For The Community
Central Saint Martins
Imperial College London
King’s College London
Wikimedia Foundation
Mayor of London
Royal College of Art
Royal College of Music