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Sojib Hasan
Jun 22, 2022
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Tiffany (aka UndoRedo) may be Special Database new to web design, but her work certainly don’t show it. While she had always considered herself a “hobby artist”, her introduction to 99designs proved to be a life-changer. Over the past few years, she’s been able to test out her creative profession, build out her skill set Special Database and solidify her signature illustrative style. Today, she’s fully prepared to pursue a professional career in web design – as we’re sure you’ll see with a quick glance at her portfolio. undo Name: Tiffany 99designs handle: UndoRedo Location: USA So, how did you wind up as a web designer? I’ve always been a hobby artist, and my inspiration has been fueled most by comic Special Database books and animation. Friends have often told me I should be earning my money in art, but I was unconvinced I could reliably support myself doing creative work. I discovered 99designs Special Database a year ago and it felt like an opportunity to see if this was something I might actually be good Special Database at. It has been a sort of life-changing decision, since I’m now looking to pursue web design full-time. All my interactions with the 99designs team have been really supportive. I can’t thank them enough for that. attachment_35822934 Well, it’s clear that you have a real knack for website layout, in addition to Special Database illustration (including a great sense of color). How do you bring these skills into your design process? Thanks for that. I’m still very new at this, so I treat each project as it’s own sandbox. I try to work intuitively, using color and imagery to set a tone before the user even begins to engage with the Special Database content. So you’d say there’s a real place for drawing in web design. I adore illustration. I don’t think I ever stopped being excited about picture books (which explains my love of comics).
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