Hello there,
Yes you, sitting in that comfy chair, scrolling over my portfolio. Let me tell you a few words about myself. I am a creative mind made in Slovenia, but living across the globe, chasing my passion for design. I love the details - small touches such as the right paper which allows print materials to stand out even more, or excellent user interface which will let you proceed all information online.

I’m fluent in brand identities, typography and composition. There is nothing more fulfilling than finding new, imaginative ways to present a product, service and even ideas. Especially when you can do that in a comfy chair but out of your comfort zone! This is a place where the best ideas come to life (with some chocolate aside).
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Why are we looking only for happy, polished pictures on social media?

Social media. It is media for sure, but social... I’m not sure about that anymore. I would say it’s more of a presentation of our best selves or, rather, the version we would like to be. Looking for the perfect spots for pictures, filtering images using a small arsenal of different apps, applying filters to lighten up the sky, tan our skin, whiten our teeth, slim our bellies, remove cellulite and add a casual #nofilter. We always show and present only the best moments, or “highlights.”

What happens to the moments when we feel down, alone, crushed, defeated or in pain? More and more often, I see people going out and, instead of talking to each other and creating good memories, they try to catch those memories with their phones and post it on social media. Looking at the world through the phone looks great. Scrolling through "un-staged" photos and oh-it-just-so-happened-that-there-were-six-birds-in-the-sky shots, wearing the dress which matches the colours of the flowers in the bottom right corner, all white sporting flawlessly done nails, makeup and hair.

Instead of endlessly scrolling on social media, wishing for the perfect life that everyone tries to present, ask yourself what you can do to create an unforgettable moment for yourself (without documenting it on your phone!). It's good to have a tool for inspiration, but don't follow social media posts blindly. Keep in mind how many pictures were taken and just how much staging it took to get that one perfect shot. Trust me, I'm a designer.