You might have seen Carl Godfrey’s NH-YES badge recently making the rounds on the web. Produced to raise money for NHS charities and celebrate 70 years of the NHS, it’s one of the designer’s often conceptually-led passion projects. Living in Bristol, but working at design studio Mytton Williams in Bath, Carl evidently thrives off the mix of studio and personal work. “I like working on a few jobs at once,” he tells us. “That way, I can flick between jobs, so I don’t get stuck on a certain brief, or go back and evaluate other jobs with fresh eyes.” And when he’s not at the studio, he’s taking over the living room in his house, working away on the next project. His process has clearly paid off – earlier this year Carl even had a piece selected for the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. Landing his job at Mytton Williams through a scheme run by the West of England Design Forum, here, Carl talks about the transition from uni to full-time work, and why replying to emails is just as important as producing good design.