Double Click Digital
About this pro
Extensive fine art background, extensive digital design tools and capabilities, strong strategic partners enabling fast virtual collaboration. Amiable with no design ego enabling the client to have a interface to bring concepts into production with savvy customer facing or B2B issues addressed without unnecessary push back. Constant evolution of tools, technology and practices and the global resources that brilliant designers and developers share just for the sake of love for design. Hard to find passion for one's occupation outside the arts.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was born an artist meaning that was the one thing I could do well. I love different arts and culture. If you can find a profession that you love and is positive I wanted to per sue that. The technical skill evolved out of necessity almost exclusively in the field or real world situations to develop creative solutions for new problems and processes.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Print seems to be on the decline, digital components or entire projects mainly on the Web for mobile, pad and desktop or laptop devices seem to be the most efficient way of doing business. Also the evolution of social media and SEO are great because they have a viral property that organically and magically is self driven when published. Then evolves a phenomenon where the audience increases your exposure exponentially.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Be honest an open. Tell me what you do and don't like. Make sketches if you can communicate your vision into words. Possibly take time to listen to feedback that might be relevant to the customer's goals. And most of all, some artists and designers like me have to develop a tough skin to keep on keeping on so don't be afraid to communicate your objectives and concerns. I love dialogue and believe there is always room to learn something new about content, process, business etiquette and how different people think because ultimately the customer is a very important audience to a designer.