I met Ágatha Kretli last year when I decided to enroll in a master’s degree.
She’s a badass freelancer who does illustration and design.
I decided to interview her to know her opinion, not only on design, but also about illustration, formal education, freelance life, and a couple of other things.
Ted created a video series called Small Thing. Big Idea.
Every week a video between 3 and 4 minutes will reveal the history of a daily object and how much that small object impacts our daily life.
I usually don’t keep track of software updates, but I ended up being really intrigued by some of Adobe’s newest apps.
Here is a small list of some of the tools that I think I’ll keep an eye on.
Keeping a portfolio up to date is something super important for a designer However, it’s also difficult to choose between portfolio platforms.
Which one is better? Which one will attract the best clients and employees?
Last year, I wrote a post sharing how I became a professional designer, and why I was going to be a design student.
Now, I’m going to share with you how it went, and why as it turned out, it wasn’t the right decision for me.
What better way to start the year than to plan ahead for all the design conferences to come?
Events like these are a great opportunity to learn new skills and to connect with other designers.
Here are 15 suggestions for conferences that can lead you to a new destination in more ways than one.