By Francisco Baila

  1. This blog post was born out of my necessity to find a structure in which I could rely on when designing any kind of web project.

    By Francisco BailaOn June 6, 2017
  2. Design Sprints are a great deal for us here at Subvisual. We do them when starting a project, when doing a redesign, when adding new features, and more. They are rooted in our processes now and are the base that sustains our work.

    By Francisco BailaOn March 3, 2017
  3. Designers are responsible for a load of tasks during a project and most of the times they juggle several projects at the same time. I struggled with this at first, but with a note here and there, I was able to get things done with only minor flaws once in awhile.

    By Francisco BailaOn September 28, 2016
  4. When I was finishing my apprenticeship here at Subvisual I wrote a blog post about how it went and especially about what I learned during that period. It has been quite some time now, and I felt it was the right moment to write about how this experience has been.

    By Francisco BailaOn February 25, 2016
  5. The new edition of Creators School had unprecedented ambitions which required a profound rebrand. Before I get into details about the rebrand, let me introduce you briefly to the project.

    By Francisco BailaOn October 7, 2015
  6. After finishing my graduation it seemed natural for me to continue studying and enroll in a master's degree, but by the end of the first semester I started to feel frustrated. It's very rewarding to grasp the knowledge you get from college, but after a few years it gets discouraging. I wanted more. More experience, more responsibility, more visibility. I felt it was time for me to learn by doing, working side by side with more experienced designers, in a professional environment.

    By Francisco BailaOn April 13, 2015

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