Creative Lives — Why being a team player trumps technical ability for ustwo’s product designer Dem Gerolemou

Posted 04 July 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

After a talk at his university left Dem Gerolemou ‘infatuated’ with ustwo, he set out on a mission to work at the London-based digital design studio. One email and a three-month internship later, he’s now in his third year as a product designer. But that’s not to say it was easy – despite graduating with a portfolio geared towards print, Dem’s career journey is proof that it’s never too late to change paths and pursue your passion. Today, he’s still every bit as infatuated, but full of hard-earned industry insight. Dem shares some of these learnings with us, and explains why he thinks teamwork often trumps technical skill.

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