Without forgetting my artistic interest, I studied a degree in illustration, and also one in art direction which has given strength and consistency to my work and personal projects.
Always in search of new horizons, and with the unconditional support of my loves (My wife and daughter), I have continued to develop work for various clients at international level, and also with brands and companies like (Nestle, Mitsubishi, Banco Itau, Cmpc, Rosen, and others)
In recent years I have focused primarily on user interface design, concept development and visual communication. I believe that a great design should not only look good, but must also assist users to achieve their goals – efficiently and effortlessly. I am inspired by good design and see my daughter grow up every day.
My objective is to deliver the work with the highest quality and cleanliness!
Sherpa has relied on my work and that has opened the world to me.
Video Games / Football
Husband & Father
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Graphic Designer and Bachelor of Design (High Distinction) University of Viña del Mar.
8 years in the world of web design and illustration.
Bob’s work in communications, brand design, website development and packaging has garnered more than 70 professional awards and has been featured in several regional and international publications, including The Atlanta Business Chronicle, Communication Arts, How, Critique, Print and Graphic Design USA.
Bob has enjoyed speaking to corporate, civic and educational audiences on issues ranging from brand strategy and customer experience to website design and usability. He has served on numerous boards including the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Southeastern Center for the Arts, Moving in the Spirit, Creating Pride and the American Cancer Society’s committee on public information.
I drove my vehicle “14.29 miles” while my daughter was born in the back seat.
Pen and paper to capture my ideas, in extreme case I can make fire
Honey + Raspberries + oats (for energy). Sweet start to finish with an acid touch at the end.