Trudie is a social-media strategist and writer. She worked at Dezeen from 2015 to 2018, initially as social-media assistant, but later as digital editor. Before that, she had spells at The Culture Trip and My Warehouse Home.
She is now based in Berlin, where she manages social media for an environmental start-up and writes about design and fashion in her spare time.
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The new footwear collection from Spanish fashion brand Ecoalf is made from recycled waste found in oceans and rivers. More
From the backlash against gender inequality to the shifting political landscape following Donald Trump's election, 2017 has been full of controversial events for architecture and design. Digital editor Trudie Carter selects the 10 most polarising moments for our review of year. More
Dezeen's architecture and design videos received over 60 million plays in 2017 – double the figure from last year. Continuing our review of the year, digital editor Trudie Carter reveals the 10 captioned movies that went viral. More
This captioned movie offers a tour of the cliffside extension that architect Jamie Fobert added to the Tate gallery in Cornwall, England, which is clad in ceramic tiles to reflect the ocean. More
This captioned movie shows the making of Flora-Gato, a shelter made by Los Angeles-based architects Formation Association, Terremoto and Arktura as part of an annual fundraiser to raise money for the city's stray cats. More
Photographs showing the drawing tools of architects and designers feature in this week's Dezeen Mail, alongside an eye-shaped library by MVRDV and therapy tools for sexual abuse. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
We've pinned dozens of posters to our graphic design Pinterest board, including retro-style posters advertising Netflix's Stranger Things, and selected works from a new exhibition focusing on female illustrators. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›
Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Roxanne Brennen has created a range of dining tools designed to encourage a way of eating that she claims helps to trigger the same brain activity as sexual foreplay. More
One of the big exhibitions at Dutch Design Week is an "embassy" exploring the future of food, in the face of depleting resources. Here are 10 suggestions for what we might consume in years to come, from saltwater carrots to insect sausages. More
Finishing off Good Design for a Bad World, our series of talks about how design could tackle the world's big problems, a panel of speakers debated our turbulent political times live from Dutch Design Week. More