I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1976 and migrated to France in 1994, and since 2009 I live in Mexico city.
I worked for 5 years as Infographics designer at the Agence France Presse (AFP), 3rd most important global news agency. At the AFP, I was responsible of designing current news and breaking news infographics (made in a few hours) and covering major events like the 2006 World Cup, the Euro 2008, the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, presidential and legislative elections, among other events for their publication in national and international Medias.
On 2010, I became Web Design department sub director of the Mexican government. My main responsibilities were the design of still graphics and animated HTML graphics, motion graphics for the Presidency Website (http://calderon.presidencia.gob.mx/multimedia/infografias/). Team player and leader of a multifunctional team with 4 direct reports.
Since the end of Calderon mandate, I work as an independent freelance graphic designer doing infographics and motion graphics for Visual.ly (http://visual.ly/users/anibalinfographics,https://www.pinterest.com/anibalmaiz/infographics-infografia-infographie/) for clients such as NatGeo, Visa, Bosch, Sodexo or Quantas to name some examples. I've also collaborate with Curated Content doing motion graphics with the assistance of pchstudio.com
I also collaborate giving online lectures on infographics for journalism students of Universidad Abierta Interamericana of Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Pontificia Bolivariana University of Medellin, Colombia.
Webdesign and infographics director
Main responsibilities are the design of websites, animated and print graphics, motion graphics and videos for the Presidency Website - presidencia.gob.mx-, from planning to execution. Team player and leader of a multifunctional team with 4 direct reports.
Mexico Distrito Federal, Mexico
- October 2008
Freelance infographics designer
San Francisco, California, United States
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash, Cinema 4D, Photoshop, Tumult Hype,