My design story begins when I was 13 and designed my first website for a school magazine. Actually, you could say it begins when I was 7 and knitted a pair of shoes or when I designed and built a wooden spatula. I wanted to be a designer since I can remember. Design was with me in many forms since birth.
Since I have gone through various areas of design, such as interior, architectural, digital, web, industrial, service, brand, strategy, and the list goes on. However, there are three design areas that stuck, and I decided to pursue them as a profession: Industrial Design, Graphics, and Web Design.
I have received numerous international design awards for my work, and I’m proud to say that I had worked with almost all kinds of businesses, from individual freelancers to small businesses as well as large corporations and non-profits.
Design is in my blood, and it’s something that I ultimately use every day in every activity I conduct, whether it be in business, marketing, art, engineering or writing. Design is really in everything we do.
Over the last 15 years, I had been engaged in designing all kinds of things from business cards, leaflets, product stands, and packaging; all the way to window blinds, sustainable water filters, construction equipment, product labels, furniture, architectural elements, and so on. I have really touched many fields and areas, which has given me a thirst for new things and massive knowledge in the design field.
Even though I have explored the design field extensively, there is always something new to learn, and I continue to educate myself, experiment, tinker and make new advances. I have been more involved in the area of mechanical engineering and rapid prototyping, as well as the development of consumer electronics. I continue to innovate myself as well as the surrounding environment, as I believe that if we don’t innovate as a race, we go extinct, and I plan to participate in preventing this to happen.