Since always, my love for design leads me to explore its different aspects. More than that, it invites me to go beyond what is asked of me, and to develop projects just for the pleasure of learning more, and to do better.
Indeed, the potential of this area of work is countless, both in terms of graphic, editorial design, and web design.
Thus, over the years I have made several experiences, which I call Personal Projects.
In my case, it’s in these works that my most typical options as a web designer come out. Through them, I get to know myself better as a professional.
But, above all, these personal projects of design and web design are a test to myself, and to my abilities.
Likewise, my Personal Projects are a challenge to my creativity and knowledge. After all, with each obstacle that arises, I end up finding new solutions that, later on, will be useful to my clients. Be it creating a responsive website or redesigning an existing one, be it creating posters, infographics or creatives for social networks.
From design to corporate identity: a space of freedom and creativity
Although many of these projects have fictitious clients, they undoubtedly served a very important purpose. In effect, they are a space for freedom and experimentation, for trial and error. But above all, this body of work represents enormous personal satisfaction.
Unfortunately, in the rush of daily life, with so many tasks and deadlines to meet, we do not always set aside time to create. However, creativity is essential to the human being, although we do not always value it.
First of all, creating is an individual act, of solitude, in which we are with ourselves. Indeed, no one can write a book, or develop an architectural or design project, for example, unless they are in the quiet of their own company.
In those moments, we disconnect from the world, become completely absorbed, and think freely, without barriers or disturbances. In short, these are moments of total concentration, when our brain gives the best of itself.
However, for many people, being alone can be uncomfortable. Nowadays, many people prefer to be always entertained with something outside, as if being with themselves were uncomfortable.
Yet it is precisely these moments alone that allow us to create. And, at the end of the process, we feel fulfilled.