About Israel Ramirez
Hola. I'm Israel Ramirez, a multidisciplinary designer & Webflow developer. Currently in the US while working for High Alpha
Process & Approach
I collect all critical information, requirements, and constraints needed to make good decisions later.
There is no point in starting any project without first defining the problem.
I explore possible solutions based on the requirements and constraints. The design takes form and through exploration becomes a polished solution that works.
I ensure the design is documented, well implemented, and works as intended. Revisions occur if unaddressed issues appear. Beautiful design is useless if the execution is lacking.
I track the design while it is in use and measure the success of the implementation. Conditions might change and technical problems addressed. After all, no design is flawless.
I am on a mission to learn new things and master my craft. These are some skills I've picked up in my career.
Abstraction of all brand attributes into a distinct symbol or word-mark.
Collection of elements brands use to represent their values.
UI & UX
Creation of beautiful interfaces and intuitive experiences.
The most efficient platform to implement web solutions.
Visual communication through multiple types of media.
Creative interpretation of complex concepts and ideas.
Frequently Asked Questions
Additional things about me. This section will be regularly updated as new questions pop into my head.
Where are you from?
I was born and raised in Cusco, Peru. I grew up seeing stunning landscapes and eating the best food in South America. I moved to the US to pursue a career in visual communication and fell in love with design.
How did you get into design?
Like most designers, I started playing around with early photoshop versions. I had a great time using it as a creative outlet. My earliest designs were signatures for an online forum. I loved the feeling of knowing something I created was out there serving a purpose.
Why do you work with Webflow?
Webflow allows me to write code visually. It gives me enough control to do what I want in an efficient manner. Webflow leveled up my design game because it taught me to approach design from a developer's point of view.