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Thanks for stopping by! I'm Kayla Buelke, a Midwest-born UI Designer who (happily) traded the snowy North for sunny Austin, TX after finishing school. I specialize in UI and responsive web design (with experience in print too) but approach new challenges with a wide open mind and a desire to learn.
  • UI Designer I
    BancVue — Austin, TX, USA
  • Junior UI Designer
    BancVue — Austin, TX, USA
  • Graphic Design/Email Marketing
    Foxmoor Continuing Education — Eau Claire, WI, USA
  • Graphic Design Intern
    Eau Claire Area Economic Development Corporation — Eau Claire, WI, USA
  • Gallery Assistant
    Furlong Gallery — Menomonie, WI, USA
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Working With Clients

Design is as much a collaborative creative effort as it is an individual one. I view clients as partners in a project, where successfully reaching a goal comes from a level of mutual respect and open-mindedness. While my design expertise comes from education and experience, I cannot provide t… Read More
Working With Clients

Design is as much a collaborative creative effort as it is an individual one. I view clients as partners in a project, where successfully reaching a goal comes from a level of mutual respect and open-mindedness. While my design expertise comes from education and experience, I cannot provide the right solution without the client's respective expertise too.


Working With Designers

If I was a creative who wanted all the credit for a project, I might have resigned myself to the solitary life of a mysterious, hermit painter. But being alone is lonely. And boring.

As much as I like my own ideas and working by myself from time to time, I think two (or three or four) brains are better than one. If sharing the limelight on a project means reaching the better solution for a client, no problem. Design is a fusion of problem-solving and creativity, so I think its very necessary to get outside of one's own thoughts and be receptive to the fresh eyes and second opinions of those around us. When creative brains unite, that collaboration expands initial ideas into something really great.
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Member Since: Dec 29, 2010