Yanna Contreras

  • Date: February 20th, 2017
  • Author: admin

WHAT FIELD DO YOU HOPE TO VENTURE INTO SOMEDAY?

I want to venture into the graphic design and book illustration someday. I would want to experience photography and modeling as well.

HOW DID YOU FIND THE TRAINING AT FIRST ACADEMY OF COMPUTER ARTS?

I’m learned a lot and found tasks challenging but at the same time I’m had fun as well.

HOW CHALLENGING ARE THE REAL-LIFE ASSIGNMENTS?

Very challenging, because it was my first time in dealing with them. You have to consider many things in order to create whatever task has been given to you. I think it does give one a taste of what it’s like working with a client, you get to learn what to do and what not in order to make a successful design that appeals to your client.

WHO ARE THE PEOPLE/COMPANIES YOU HOPE WILL SHOW INTEREST IN REVIEWING YOUR PORTFOLIO AFTER YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE COURSES?

Hopefully publishing companies, more specifically those who have done book covers.

HOW WILL YOU RATE THE INSTRUCTORS AT FIRST ACADEMY OF COMPUTER ARTS?

First of all I find all of the instructors at FACA relatable. In a way, I didn’t feel intimidated by them and because of it, I was more comfortable in asking questions or seeking help when I needed to. They have industry experience, it was good since we could ask about their experiences and how they deal with pressing situations.

DO YOU FEEL THAT YOUR TRAINING WAS IS IN LINE WITH THE GLOBAL INDUSTRY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS?

Yes, I think so and what’s good about it is that FACA is always evolving. They are aware of the new trends and major changes the industry and tries to adapt to said trends.

AS A STUDENT AT/GRADUATE OF FACA, WHAT PROSPECTS DO YOU FORESEE IN YOUR CAREER AS THE WORLD GOES FORWARD INTO THE NEW MEDIA.

I hope to have a career in graphic design. To be able to create book covers and illustrations for future clients.