Creative Lives — “I wasn't experienced enough, but I was keen to learn” – digital designer at Superrb, Andrius Petravicius

Posted 10 October 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

When Andrius Petravicius came across a job posting for a digital designer at studio Superrb, he jumped at the chance to gain more studio experience. Although the studio were looking for someone with over three years experience, Andrius was undeterred, and one year later the position was his. What made him right for the job? He believes it was a blend of passion, perseverance and a lot of behind-the-scenes work on his portfolio that gave him the edge over other applicants. His day-to-day at the Hayling Island-based agency now involves putting together new designs, mood boards and prototypes for projects. He’s even worked on redesigning a lookbook and blog for his favourite brand of sunglasses. He tells us more about the role and how building HTML websites with his uncle as a teenager sparked a love of all things digital.

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