Sophie Dyer is a designer and researcher.

As a freelancer (medieval mercenary) she specialises in visual, open source, and human rights-based investigations.

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Graphic identity for Jangala, a Wi-Fi kit designed for use in camps and by at sea rescue vessels.
(December 2016)
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Graphic identity for the charity, Jangala.

In 2015 Jangala installed its first prototype Wi-Fi network in the informal camp near Calais, France. While active, the improvised network provided free Internet access to the camps’ estimated 7,000 residents, who otherwise had to rely on costly data-packages.

Since Calais, Jangala has evolved into a charity, developing low-cost Internet access systems for use in emergency situations around the world.

For further collaboration with Jangala, see Calais, Capital and an Electromagnetic Commons