I use the power of technology to go from sketches to a combination of pixels that creates the final graphic design, which could be an image or an illustration, or a union of these. I love to change my style based on the needs of each client, looking for the best solution between what they want and what they really need; to find great ideas to communicate with people through images, the most powerful way to do it.
Today, and each day more, it is fundamental in digital graphic design to have a good knowledge of user experience, to be able to create applications for the huge number of mobile devices and different platforms we use nowadays. User experience is where I find myself most comfortable and what I enjoy the most, following a project through from the very beginning with the wireframes through to the development and to the interaction design.
When I finished my studies it was clear to me that I wanted to work on websites and digital design; so I got into the business and I have been focusing on web and responsive designs since then, staying updated with the lastest development techonologies to be able to apply them in my designs.
I started playing with cameras as a child and I finally got my hands on a good reflex camera to have fun with during trips and events. I won’t claim to be a professional photographer, but I surely know my way around the lens! Check out my Flickr Photostream!
During my work experience, I developed a good working knowledge of video editing, and cutting techniques and tools, and I am proficient in FinalCut, Premiere and After Effects.
When I get the chance, i also enjoy shooting the footage, setting up the location and having fun with the camera. Check out my Vimeo Channel.
Here is a list of the tools I use in my designs:
Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Animate, Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut, Axure RP, Balsamiq, Sketch 3, Marvell, Invision, PowerPoint, Keynote, WordPress, and I’m always up for learning more and more!