I am a designer and blogger born in Mexico City with a background in Communication and 10 years of professional experience in both traditional & digital advertising, social networking, content adaptation & development but mostly editorial and identity design.
My skills have given me the chance to work for projects in Mexico, the United States, Québec, Argentina, Spain, the United Kingdom, Australia and Dominican Republic; after two years in Montréal, I recently relocated to Europe and I’m actively seeking opportunities to develop my expertise further.
The core of my career has always been language and its multiple applications, ranging from developing visual identity systems and producing graphics, to collaborating in developing marketing efforts in both traditional and digital media.
I am proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite, particularly with Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop, both on Mac OS and PC; plus 8 years of experience in WordPress and 5 in SEO. Also, I am fluent in Spanish, English, French and I’m currently studying Italian and German.
Radiographista is the name of the design blog I curate and update daily; it has +1K followers on Tumblr and +5K unique visitors each month. It has also been featured by Creative Bloq as one of the best design Tumblr blogs.
Rediseño México is a side project I begun in 2016 as a means to create new versions of Mexican visual identities and properties, more aligned to best practices in graphic design as a whole. The first part of the project is the development of the Mexican States’ 32 flags; after being published online, I was invited to present them as a temporary exhibit at a prestigious gallery in Mexico from September through October 2016.
I studied Communication Sciences at the National University of Mexico.
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