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Bannin, creative practitioner ...

With an insatiable curiosity and a relentless drive for personal and professional development, I eagerly embrace every opportunity to learn and grow, unlocking my full potential and expanding the horizons of what I can achieve.


Bannin Haideri, a Pakistani-born visual designer and artist, embarked on a creative journey rooted in traditional art practices, eventually embracing UI/UX, visual design, illustration, and art as a professional calling. With a belief in the importance of creating meaningful and impactful work that connects with people on a deep and emotional level. her approach to art and design is rooted in experimentation, exploration, and innovation.

Bannin’s design practice is greatly Influenced by the Swiss Graphic Design movement and the principles outlined in “The Design of Everyday Things,” Bannin incorporates elements of human-centered design and experimentation. Drawing inspiration from Don Norman’s approach to human-centered design and the psychology of everyday actions, Bannin strives to create methodical designs that consider human error and evoke intuitive experiences.

Her artistic practice is driven by the belief that art and design have the power to inspire, provoke, and challenge people’s perceptions and beliefs. Through her work, she aim to push the boundaries of what is possible and explore new ways of seeing and experiencing the world. She is inspired by the natural world, the beauty of everyday objects, and the complexity of human emotion and experience. She is passionate about exploring different materials, techniques, and mediums, and using them to create work that is unique and engaging.