blog de diseño gráfico

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"]At the beginning of my training here, we did a brochure for a winery. Now we got the brochures from the print all done. It feels awesome to see something I have done ready and printed, to look at the brochure or a magazine or a webpage and think: I made that. It makes all of this seem more real. Because in school we usually just see our designs on a computer screen.

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"]Hace unas semanas hablábamos de la importancia que tiene el logotipo para una marca, ya que esta es su cara y su seña de identidad. Algunas empresas, conscientes de esta relevancia, han diseñado sus logos en función de sus valores, su origen y sus características. De este modo, resultan logotipos muy personales e identificativos que son más que una imagen, son la propia marca concentrada en un diseño.

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"]My employers often ask about my opinions in the projects we are working on. At first it was a bit terrifying, because I'm not used to that and after all I'm just a graphic design student doing her on-the-job training here. On the other hand maybe that's one of the things this training is supposed to teach us. To express our own opinions but also listen to our coworkers. I think I am starting to get used to it. It makes me feel like I am a part of this company, even just for a while.