When I first applied for the graphic design course, I expected that all my work would be developed through digital means such as Photoshop and Illustrator. I thought the course would have rarely allowed me to branch out and take risks, and I feared that my professional portfolio would have reflected this. During this final year, I found out that I was severely wrong, as I have discovered, and worked with a variety of skills ranging from traditional graphic design ones involving computer graphics to more product-related alternatives, such as 3D printing, laser cutting, and editorial printing.
This amount of experimentation can be noticed throughout my work, as it reflects a drastic rise in quality when regarding the execution of my projects. Additionally, in my most recent projects, the viewers can see how my interest in a career pursuit has shifted from a generalist graphic design career, to instead a more specialized one within the service design and identity design sectors.