November 26, 2018

Anastasia Dunaeva

Discover the interview of Anastasia Dunaeva, located in Moscow, Russia.

How did you become designer ?

I’ve got bachelor degree in Web Design in Saint-Petersburg State University of Technology and Design. Studying there was interesting and challenging for me. Because of this time i’ve got an opportunity to try different fields in design. By my 3d year in university i decided that the most interesting thing for me is Graphic Design. So i’ve started working on my portfolio. At this time i had internship in IT company as a graphic designer and entered different design competitions. I was trying to do as much as i can in design to help myself explore and learn my strong sides. This experience helped me a lot and i’m grateful that i had it! Currently i’m an independent graphic designer living in Moscow and working with worldwide clients with a 3,5 years of experience. I specialize in developing branding identity and package design. I love to help entrepreneurs build strong visual identity and sky rocking their business.

How would you define your vision of design, your style ?

Main principle in my work is to make something beautiful and functional. I’m absolutely sure that form should followthe sense. Because of it, all my design decisions based on strategy and years of experience.
I’m a huge fan of swiss design and minimalism because in these styles all things are at the right places. The same principles i apply in my works.

For the future, what are your professional projects ?

For my future career plans i hope to build strong design business with combining client’s work and educational programms.
I’m really passionate about graphic design and i’m happy to share my knowledges with the younger designers.

What do you like the most in your job ?

I’m in love with psychology and design. Because of these things i really like build strong visual systems and solving interesting challenges. Graphic design allows me to do this fully.

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