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Ima Ferri was born in Barcelona (Spain) in 1972 and is the mother of one child.
Earned a BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Industrial Design at School of Art and Design in Valencia, graduated in the year 1997. At present, she is studying for a bachelor´s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology at UNED, the National Uni… Read More
Ima Ferri was born in Barcelona (Spain) in 1972 and is the mother of one child.
Earned a BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Industrial Design at School of Art and Design in Valencia, graduated in the year 1997. At present, she is studying for a bachelor´s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology at UNED, the National University of Distance Education, Madrid.

With over 18 years in a multilingual working environment behind, she has excellent conceptual and analytical skills, a solid background in art direction and advanced skills in graphic design and institutional "brand" identity.

In 2010 she created her design studio Ió Hypermedia, with her partner Jaume Marco, working with private industries and public international institutions. The studio is responsible for the design of various editorial projects of the European Commission, for the graphics exhibitions and catalogues of Artium, Museum of Contemporary Art in Vitoria, CSIC, among at many others. These range from corporate identities, websites, promotions, book collection designs, displays, signage and applied graphics to PLV.

At this moment she is working at Beacon Development, an environmental agency at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) an international graduate-level research university located in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia.

Ima was a co-founder of Palma International Film Festival Maremostra and a promoter of volunteer projects and humanitarian aid related to the current migration crisis.

During her educational and personal stages, she has taken courses and experiences not only in graphics and industrial design but also in communication design and anthropology. Ima has taught at numerous colleges about the belief that design is a key site of cultural production and change in contemporary society. Read Less
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