Nowadays people want to be free while working on a beach drinking cocktails, or at the peaceful home in the mountains. Places like this can help bring out the creativity and helps to push you forward to live your dream life. Finding clients and making successful projects can be the most difficult process in the creative world, but it`s doesn’t matter where you actually live at that moment.
All that’s is relevant is your experience and skills. If you work on these every day you’ll succeed. It doesn’t matter where you were born and or your race. The whole world is yours to explore. There are a lot of people who have lived their dream life.
This is a story about one Russian girl from deep in Siberia who motivates both young and old to become graphic designers, how to love their work and get everything life has to offer.
Oxana has more than 6 years of experience in graphic and web design. She obtained a design degree at the University of Technology and Design, and since then has enjoyed working with many clients worldwide. Working as a graphic and web designer for Paris entertainment websites, a part of a Miami team for perspective IT products. They worked on the ‘Tagabout’ app with an American team, and have worked with many other popular companies throughout Saint Petersburg and Moscow.
Over the 3 years, Oxana has worked as an independent professional, working on projects by herself. Over the past few years, she has become a member of the Union of Designers and has organized lectures, including being a guest speaker in different design conferences.
“When you love your work, you will always be successful”
When asked Oxana her thoughts on her career, “It’s very important to be a responsible designer and think about how your work can influence the world. Always think about people who will use your products. I believe in enlighten fresh designers. Helping to bring more mindfulness into the meaning of design and to the design community. When you love your work, you will always be successful.”
Oxana shares her thoughts about design and life as a freelancer on her blog https:// www.instagram.com/skripka_oxana/