I help companies to
tell stories in a visual way, create
data visualizations, make
illustrations. Also I
speak about data visualizations occasionally.
I work with
non-profit organizations. I've cooperated with various
digital ones) in many cases.
I collaborate with
foreign residents as well.
Two thirds of my clients
comes with new projects. I hope this is a positive assessment of my work.
I work as an independent designer now. Previously, I worked at the
marketing communication agency, at the
instant print shop, at the
advertising agencies and at the
full service advertising company.
I have no academic education in the field of data visualization or graphic design.
To fill this gap I
• spend a lot of time reading books (mostly from this list),
• take some thematic courses (among them there were
«Data Visualization and Infographics with D3» by Alberto Cairo and Scott Murray,
«Data Visualization» by John C. Hart,
«Visualization in R» by Nathan Yau),
• practice all the time and
• trying to systematize and understand new stuff.
As a lifelong learner I take some other
courses to get a general idea about typography, communication, statistics, data, programming, problem solving and so on.
And as for academic education I've got
the Master of History and I'm almost the qualified specialist in
Web design and development.
Well, I know how to create
data visualization: from formulating a brief to promotion of a final product.
I can explain the complex things in a plain language (well, in Russian, mainly, and only in the case I understand them myself).
Experience in solving marketing problems and the problems of communication of complex information by visual means I've designed lots of
And some more skills and experience:
UX and others.