Interview with Creative Designer Brent Baenen

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Designing is passion and all designers have it, some are begginers and some are experts but all are creative and have own style of designing.
We always appriciate designers and thats why we contact them personally to tell us more about themeselves and we give them a chance to explore himself more on our site, so he/she can get more attention and more fans.
Today we have a very creative designer with us, his skills are unbeatable and he is full time graphic artist working in the promotional products industry and do freelance design in my spare time.Read more about him below, I am sure you will enjoy this interview.

Contact Details:

Name: Brent Baenen
Email: bjbaenen@hotmail.com
Website:http://www.brandsformed.com
Location: Oshkosh, Wisconsin United States

What do you think about yourself?

I am a full time graphic artist working in the promotional products industry and do freelance design in my spare time.

Your Hobbies:

My hobbies include freelance design work, working out and just about any outdoor activity you can think of.

Your Achievements:

Achievements would include completion of many successful design projects which help take my clients business to the next level. This as well as forming great relationships and learning every step of the way.

About your Experience with design:

My experience started back in 2000 when I started attending courses in graphic arts and communications. I have been working as an artist in the promotional products field for almost 6 years now and doing freelance work ever since in my spare time.

What kind of Design Services you provide:

I can provide most all design services but am still learning when it comes to web design. I specialize in logo/icon design as well as marketing materials and business card/letterhead layout.

Do you have a particular process you go through for each design?

Generally I will read a brief or details of a project over a few times and sketch out an idea. If at the time nothing really comes to mind then I will wait until it does and make sure I write it down or sketch it during that time. Once I have an idea of what I want to do I will then create it in Illustrator and finish up any fine details.

How would you describe your style?

I am assuming design style is the question and I’m not too sure how to answer that one. I don’t really think I have a set “style” since it depends on the project at hand.

How did you get your first job in design and what exactly was it?

My first design job was an internship for my college where I created table top laminates to go in our schools gameroom.

What plans do you have for the future?

Plans for the future include learning everything there is to know in the design field and soon having my hobby of freelance design becoming my full time job.

Your expert areas:

I would not say I’m an “expert” at anything, I guess that is for others to decide but I feel I am best at creating logos and enjoy that type of work the most.

Your tools of work:

Mostly a sketchpad and Adobe Illustrator, sometimes using CorelDraw and Photoshop when needed.

Who or what is your biggest inspiration for graphic design?

Everything around me I can find inspiration in. I would say my biggest inspiration would be music though, most ideas come to me while listening to music.

What advice would you give to other designers?

Never stop learning and educating yourself. Its amazing how much there is to learn in this field and not all of it comes through school education. Most comes through experience and hard work.

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