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A day with My Sheet Music Transcriptions vol. 7 – Isaac, web and graphic designer

Today we bring you the seventh part of our “Behind the Scenes” series, where you’ll know everything about Isaac’s life as a graphic and web designer.

In this post, we’ll take a sneak peek into Isaac’s routine. So excited to discover more about an essential member of the team. Aren’t you curious yet? We are. Let’s start, then!

A day with My Sheet Music Transcriptions vol. 7 – Isaac, web and graphic designer

What does he exactly do?

Isaac is our super in-house graphic and web designer. His work might sometimes be overlooked, but in fact, we couldn’t live without him. He designed our website and is in charge of its daily maintenance. Isaac is the one who dives into the website and fixes whatever is mysteriously not working.

And, have you checked our Instagram account yet? No? Here it goes. Isaac also brings to life every idea our team has. Do you see all these fun illustrations which bring joy to our social media? Yes: you can thank Isaac for it.

Oh, I almost forgot… He also designed our merchandising! You can check it out here… I assure you it is the cutest.

 

So, what’s his daily routine?

Like most of the team, Isaac is working from home these days. He lives in a big house in a rural area, so he starts his days in an idyllic environment. Isaac is a total morning person, so he usually wakes up early, practices meditation for a bit, and takes his dogs for a walk. Then, back home, he always has a good breakfast to start the day properly. Some avocado toasts + the key to eternal youth: ginger and orange freshly squeezed juice. And coffee to get him working. Healthy boy, Isaac, isn’t he? 

 

Paleontology and an atypical CV

Isaac was not the typical techy kid. Instead, he wanted to be a paleontologist and graduated with a Baccalaureate in Humanities. But then he became interested in Graphic Design and studied that. At the same time, he has a fun and heterodox CV: Isaac has worked as a kid’s supervisor in an aquatic theme park, as a bartender and he even sold fishing-related devices. Variety is the key to life, they say.

 

Luckily, he now works exclusively as a Graphic and Web Designer at several companies. He now totally masters Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign, as well as After Effects and Premiere for video and CMS WordPress or Elementor for web designing. He is also into 3D printing (yep, as it sounds). However, Isaac says he doesn’t have a clue about normal software as Excel, Word, or PowerPoint. We cannot be good at everything we do!

 

Working with musicians

Isaac tells us how he loves to work in a musical environment. He is not a musician himself, although he loves to listen to good music. Isaac finds inspiring to be surrounded by artists and creative people, as he learns new interesting things every day.

 

#FunFact: Isaac just got his official Dron Pilot Licence. Do you guys want a ride??

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