Mohammed Jogie (South Africa) studied Fine Art at the University of Durban Westville and Graphic Design at the Vaal Triangle Technikon. Wanting a more South African angle to his work, he took a certificate course at Funda Community College in Soweto. He has done a number of short courses in management and design software. Mohammed cut his teeth by working as an assistant to cartoonist Vella Padayachee before moving onto struggle newspaper “The Indicator” where he came through with top honours on their media training programme. He then embarked on a design consultancy before moving onto an in-house design division of the Premiere Group. In the nineties, he art directed magazines before starting his design company Morning Star Design. He also worked as a design and software application trainer. Mohammed is a practicing designer.