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Diego Gómez

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Diego Gómez
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Brought up in the small Chilean city of Quillota, Diego Gómez started drawing when he was only three. In spite of not having any friends sharing his interests in the field of drawing and parents not wanting kids to study art related things at that time, Diego still went on to study Graphic Design, which he thought was the closest to art and also a real job!


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With the changing weather comes the season of Interns, with fresh new energy everywhere and your talented creatives wanting to test their skills and knowledge in the real world of live creative briefs and super creative professional environment. With this comes many dilemmas like where to intern and how to get selected in your favourite studio. So to bring little more clarity on current market trends of selecting the right interns, we interview some of the well-known studios to find their ‘Secret Process’ of selection. Where Visakh Viswambharan, founder of Appiness Interactive said that they only ‘hire attitude, and train skills’. For him, hunger to learn and go-getter attitude wins the real race in his team. Also, the founder of Wallcano, Arshad Sayyad, seconds the opinion of keeping the right attitude of learning and keeping up with the current trends & social media works for his interns. We also, gathered insights from freelancers, independent designers and seniors creative on the importance of an internship.

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