Elisa

Graphic Designer
Treviso, Italy
$ 52.00
/ hour
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Elisa was born in Treviso (Italy) in 1990. As a child she doesn't know what she wants to be when she grows up, she doesn't want to be a ballerina or an astronaut, she has no passion for sports, she likes to draw and tell stories. She draws on paper placemats in restaurants, on her grandmother's napkins. Elisa wants to go to art school in high school, but her parents and teachers direct her to the classical lyceum. At university Elisa finally did what she wanted to do, so after a three-year degre

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Work Experience
Talking Design Studio
Graphic Designer
2016
Barcelona
Metodo Studio
Graphic Designer
2016 - 2017
Treviso (Italy)
Be.Family
Graphic Designer
2016
Barcelona
University

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Skills

Italian native speaker, I speak Spanish and English, I understand Catalan.

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Tell us why you're the best applicant in under 50 words

I don't want to lie, for sure there is someone who knows all shotcuts or recognizes all the fonts, or is faster. However, I can tell you that after 6years of work I still want to improve and I'll do my best as the best applicant you have ever had.

Give us your bio in under 500 words

Elisa was born in Treviso (Italy) in 1990. As a child she doesn't know what she wants to be when she grows up, she doesn't want to be a ballerina or an astronaut, she has no passion for sports, she likes to draw and tell stories. She draws on paper placemats in restaurants, on her grandmother's napkins. Elisa wants to go to art school in high school, but her parents and teachers direct her to the classical lyceum. At university Elisa finally did what she wanted to do, so after a three-year degre

1. What's the most courageous thing you've ever done?

The most courageous thing I've ever done was to get on a plane, fly across Europe and try to recover a relationship that was very important to me, even though everyone advised against doing so. I have to inform you that it ended up badly and I came back home sadder than before, but I don't think I will ever regret having tried.

2. How are creativity and innovation related?

Sir Joseph Wilson Swan's creativity would have been of little use to us without Thomas Edison's innovation of a thinner, high electrical resistance filament. But without Swan, Edison would probably never have been able to imagine a light bulb.

3. Why do companies need clarity and creativity?

Because creativity is the trigger that activates the engine, that allows to innovate, to fascinate, to produce. However, without clarity, a creative gesture can only be understood by a few and turn into something that is an end in itself. Creativity must be shared, and without clarity and organization this cannot happen.

4. You have 30 minutes of free time. What do you do with it?

I would stretch out on the couch, call a friend, cuddle my cat and eat whatever I felt like in the fridge, boredly scrolling through Instagram. But how, is the half hour of free time already over?!

5. What is one risky and bold goal in life you have? Or, if you could dedicate your life to solving one problem, what would it be?

A risky and bold goal in life that I have is to do the work I love in a Studio (not in a small and traditional local company with a secure salary but without being able to exploit ideas and creativity), being able to live with graphic design and illustration, without necessarily having to sacrifice my private life and other passions that I have. It may not be very original, but it is a bold goal.

6. Explain your creative process

My creative process: - understanding the assignment, the target audience, the delivery timeframe - getting lost in research on Pinterest, Behance, Instagram, filling my laptop desk with screenshots - creating moodboards to tidy up my computer and my head - scribbling with pencil and paper - sharing ideas with workmates, talking about them - switching to graphics programs to design proposals - loving some proposals, hating others - reviewing work done the next day to change perspective & improve

7. What is the best advice that you have been given?

The best advice I was given was “If you don’t like where you are: move! You’re not a tree”. As long as you don't let go of someone, something, a place or a situation that is no longer for you, nothing will improve. Sometimes you need to take a leap into the void in order to appreciate new possibilities.

8. What is your definition of creativity?

Creativity for me is the quality that you recognize in others (or that is recognized in you) after you see something expressed in a way that surprises you. Something you hadn't thought of, but somebody else has been able to imagine and convey to you, with a drawing, a sound, a text, a dance...

9. What 10 songs are on your favorite playlist right now?

1 - Surface to Air, Django Django feat. Self Esteem
 2 - Kuzola, Pongo
 3 - La vie en rose, Lucy Dacus
 4 - The suburbs, Mi little jeans
 5 - Pompidou, Portico Quartet
 6 - Sycamore Tree, Philip and Morris
 7 - Nantes, Beirut
 8 - Questo corpo, La rappresentante di lista
 9- High, Lighthouse family
 10 - Boa sorte / Good luck, Vanessa de Mata feat. Ben Harper

10. How do you want people to remember you?

I am a very loquacious person, good looking and as a first impression I can appear the classic TV show ditzy. However, I like it when they realize there is more, that I am sharp, sarcastic, cryptic despite the expansiveness of my character. I am a layered person, who encourages interest in those less on the surface.

Have you been convicted of a crime and/or a felony? If so, what was the offense? State the city, country, and date.

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You should select me because

I don't want to lie, for sure there is someone who knows all shotcuts or recognizes all the fonts, or is faster. However, I can tell you that after 6years of work I still want to improve and I'll do my best as the best applicant you have ever had.

Why are you interested in this opportunity?

What are you looking to gain from an opportunity like this?

What would be your goals after completing this engagement?

4. How did you hear about wgi?

Share an example of a time you were most motivated and a time you were most demotivated.

In your opinion, what creates a great culture at a company?

What brands and companies do you admire and why?

What do you do to stay sharp and improve your craft?

What’s your favorite quote?

10. If you could solve one problem in the world what would it be?

Bio

Elisa was born in Treviso (Italy) in 1990. As a child she doesn't know what she wants to be when she grows up, she doesn't want to be a ballerina or an astronaut, she has no passion for sports, she likes to draw and tell stories. She draws on paper placemats in restaurants, on her grandmother's napkins. Elisa wants to go to art school in high school, but her parents and teachers direct her to the classical lyceum. At university Elisa finally did what she wanted to do, so after a three-year degre

You should pick me becuase

I don't want to lie, for sure there is someone who knows all shotcuts or recognizes all the fonts, or is faster. However, I can tell you that after 6years of work I still want to improve and I'll do my best as the best applicant you have ever had.

Why are you interested in this opportunity?

What are you looking to gain from an opportunity like this?

What would be your goals after completing this engagement?

4. How did you hear about wgi?

Share an example of a time you were most motivated and a time you were most demotivated.

In your opinion, what creates a great culture at a company?

What brands and companies do you admire and why?

What do you do to stay sharp and improve your craft?

What’s your favorite quote?

10. If you could solve one problem in the world what would it be?

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