Whenever I like a song I obsess over it and play it nonstop, so maybe for a road trip it’s better if someone else picks the music.
I’ve always liked “making” things (from clay figures, to jewelry, baking, postcards…), so it felt natural for me to take on a creative career. I studied Industrial Design but discovered that I still liked doing other kinds of projects, so I got into Graphic and right now I feel that Web Design might be something I’d like to explore.
Because aside from having the opportunity to work with really talented designers, I think it’s a company with a unique people-centered culture, and I like that it promotes giving back and helping our communities.
Grids, even when you might want a messy look, a bit of structure evens your composition out and makes it easier for people to read.
Get a dog 🤗
Coffee table books, architecture and artisans across Mexico.
Preparing my own mocktails.
That anyone can do it.
I see myself with my very own ceramics shop, I just find it so relaxing and beautiful.
A cool background, sometimes really tidy and organized and others full of screenshots and stacks.
Any cool beach or interesting town. I like many destinations here in Mexico, but Vietnam, Brazil and Australia have been in my bucket list for a while.
I think I usually prefer antagonistic characters, I find them very interesting, so maybe Deadpool or Poison Ivy.
⌘Z and ⌘⇧Z (on repeat and/or looping)
I re-read Homo Sapiens of Yuval Noah Harari.
There’s no need to invent the wheel for every project, some times best ideas are the simplest.
Doing something else for a little while, like taking a 10 min walk, sometimes you have to disconnect to see your project with fresh eyes.
What’s the last thing outside your comfort zone you did?
That extra cup of coffee I had because I got cold.
There is light Around every shadow Train your eyes To see them both." -Valerie June Hockett