what do designers do?

  • I am graphic designer.

  • Branding and Identity
    Branding and corporate Identity include the sum of all visual representations of a business. The image (corporate design), the verbal expressions, behavior, and manner among both the internal and external public orientate around the business’s values.
    Editorial Design
    Editorial design is the conception and design of journals, newspapers, magazines, brochures, and books and is directly connected with the redactional work.
    Illustration could be identified as “writing with the help of images”. Illustrations develop through brainstorming, creative problem solving and a precise and evident visual implementation, which is diversely applicable and can be portrayed through various mediums.
    Print spans the design of all printed objects.
    Typeface Design
    Typeface design is the design of lettering, to be employed throughout a design.
    Web Design
    Web design is the conception, design, and structure of websites, the navigation, and the user guide. It addresses interface design from information offers and applications in the World Wide Web.
    Web Development
    Web development is the implementation and programming of web design.
  • motivation for designing

    I enjoy making work that challenges people’s ability to be communicated.

  • learned to design

    I started making websites on my dad’s old PC in middle school. He kept it in the computer room, which used to be the playroom (for my sister and I). It’s his office, now, I suppose.

  • year since working as
    professional designer


  • age of first design career thought


  • working at night per month


how do designers develop ideas?

  • As a group, sharing multiple ideas and talking them through, OR on walks, in dreams.

  • main influences

    The three people I work with as Other Means – Gary Fogelson, Phil Lubliner, and Vance Wellenstein – influence the way and the work I produce, as all projects have some degree of collaboration involved.

what is a dream client like?

  • Book-read, difficult, one-of-a-kind, selfish, affordable.

  • relationship with client


  • getting along with salary

    It is difficult to cope.

  • Ryan Waller

  • Other Means

  • New York

  • United States