I'm driven by everything. Anything can be inspirational for me: a shape, a colour or a feeling. I usually spend a lot of time on networks where creativity can be shared, like Behance. It's the most important step for me before I start any kind of project, big or small.
My favourite creation is called 'My Desk' and it's a project that I made in my spare time. It started off as an editorial illustration, then I got really into it and it became something else: a fun project and an editorial proposal. I wanted to represent the clutter and objects on my desk so I created a series of infographics together with a fun conversation between my mum and me. You can see the project at: http://bit.ly/1ewMn1H
I think that creative work in many cases is a lonely endeavour, but, as I’ve said before, I think that sharing creativity is the best way to gain inspiration. I love teamwork and to share my projects with the network so that others can be inspired by my work in the same way that I was inspired by the work of others.
Oh, great question! I really think that I made a path of growth, both in my ability to use Adobe programs and in the type of creativity that I can express. If I could, I would make some small changes but I'm sure that I would not change the way I made them. They’re part of me.
I think that the new media is the future and above all we designers must accept and use them constantly. The new media can become new land to develop our skills or to discover worlds that we never thought of wanting to know. I like to meet new challenges every day and new media gives me the possibility to do so.
My favourite benefits of CC are the ease of using the font library through the Typekit fonts, the ability to share projects with other designers for collaboration (very useful) and the Behance integration. I think that these improvements will save a lot of time during the development of our projects.