Discover the interview of Zita Barber:
How did you become designer?
At first I was interested in animation, but by the influence of my art teacher I changed my mind. She also studied graphic design at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, and her graduation project impressed me pretty much.
How would you define your vision of design, your style?
I think it is important to manage multiple styles as a graphic designer, depending on the needs of the customer. Sometimes you have to carry out some pure, elegant appereance, sometimes it’s better to create a playful style. But of course just as anybody else I also have my own interests: I’m pretty much into illustrations.
For the future, what are your professional projects?
My main aim is to continue in helping brands who have a certain awareness, who carry good messages and vibes, real quality and have social, economical, cultural engagement.
What do you like the most in your job?
I’m really fond of the process while I’m planning a certain work: gathering info about the project, making notes and sketches, playing with my imagination. My favourite projects are those in which I get full freedom.