Ana Serro

London, UK Digital Designer / Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Career path for designers, in reply to Remus Baltariu , Apr 04, 2018

    No worries, Remus! Glad I could help a bit. I understand how confusing and frustrating it can get, especially nowadays where a career path in design is not as clear as it used to be just a few years ago (hence why this method I explained before has been working for me). After checking a few job descriptions you'll start finding patterns that appeal to you and also start filtering out details/responsibilities that don't fit into your goals, in the end making this process faster.

    Good luck with everything!

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  • Posted to Career path for designers, Apr 03, 2018

    Looking back now, every time I had the same doubt about what would be required of me to advance as a digital designer in my career, I would go on job boards or LinkedIn and look at a lot of job descriptions. Basically, I would cross-reference everything listed from responsibilities to skills in all of those postings to build a general picture of what it entails to get to the next level and then work towards those goals.

    Hope this helps!

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  • Posted to Where to print our gear and merch?, Mar 08, 2018

    I'm not sure if you're willing to order internationally (seems like you're located in Denmark?) but I can vouch for Noted In Style for the notebooks at least. The company I was previously worked for has used them at least 2 times for different notebook designs and the quality was really good and the finish very sleek. They offer different notebook styles but I definitely recommend the Moleskine Volant or Cahier products for customization.

    Note: I'm not affiliated with NotedInStyle, just speaking from experience :)

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  • Posted to Farewill — sort your will online., Jun 20, 2017

    This looks amazing. Well done! Love the simplicity and ease of it. Wills are usually a touchy subject and some people prefer not to deal with it, but this website's take makes the whole thing much more approachable and less daunting to do.

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