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I intend on never removing graphic design student from any "occupation" form which I come across, because I believe that if you choose the path of a designer, regardless of discipline, you should never, ever stop learning. I never intend on reaching a place where I know it all, for there is a whole universe to be … Read More
I intend on never removing graphic design student from any "occupation" form which I come across, because I believe that if you choose the path of a designer, regardless of discipline, you should never, ever stop learning. I never intend on reaching a place where I know it all, for there is a whole universe to be learnt regarding design, its methodology, and it's essence and purpose in today's world. My interests are editorial design, interactive design, information architecture, social design, and a beautiful and proper use of Museo. I also love photography, cooking, acoustic guitar, and a solid Calvin and Hobbes reading session. Read Less
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Many people ask me where I am from, and unfortunately I can't give them a simple answer. If you'd like to know, here is my best nutshelled answer: I was a Brazilian baby, a Nigerian toddler, an American girl, a British teenager, a Swiss scholar, a South African young lady, and now I'm learning to be a Brazilian wo… Read More
Many people ask me where I am from, and unfortunately I can't give them a simple answer. If you'd like to know, here is my best nutshelled answer: I was a Brazilian baby, a Nigerian toddler, an American girl, a British teenager, a Swiss scholar, a South African young lady, and now I'm learning to be a Brazilian woman. I have never lived in one country or city for more than 3 years, and I am still learning to smile and wave when people ask where I'm from. Read Less
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