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A dear friend of mine asked me to include a creative on Revision Path that could speak to building a personal brand online, and my mind went immediately to UI/UX designer Brandon Groce. I first encountered Brandon a year ago hosting an AIGA DC design event, and was impressed by his work creating content for design brands including Disney, Hilton, and LG. Did I mention he's also an Adobe Partner?
Our conversation started off with an update on what Brandon's been doing over the past year, and he talked about his current and upcoming projects, including the DesignOff Tournament. We also talked about building confidence, showcasing your work, and...the metaverse? (You'll have to listen to the end to find out!) Kudos to Brandon for being a great designer and for helping elevate the next generation of designers through his events!
- Brandon Groce's Website
- Brandon Groce on Instagram
- Brandon Groce on Twitter
- Brandon Groce on YouTube
- The Game Changers Club on Discord
- DesignOff Tournament
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