Semela studio
Small design studio

Progress

Progress Volume 01

The first issue of my newsletter and I can't be more excited about it. I spend the last few months working on a new direction for my business, and it's great to be able to share all my thoughts.

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After spending the last six months in beautiful Queenstown and enjoying the outdoors as much I could, it was time to move on. I had this idea in my head for a long time, and I’ve always wanted to balance travel and work.
Finally Now with my fantastic clients and all of the technology in place, I can finally do that. I decided to move to Indonesia for the next few months and explore this fabulous island which everyone is talking about.

It’s an opportunity to further explore more remote working and meet like-minded people. I want to know how far I can take my remote work practice while learning from others and delivering exceptional work. It will be great to see where things will go and everything that I will learn along the way.

You can follow me on Instagram, where I will be sharing snippets from my life and travels.

 
 

Found on Internet

Read
It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work
The third book by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson. Why we are so busy with our lives and why we work so much. The book changed my point of view of how I want to work.

Listen
Working Not WorkingOvershare podcast
Honest Conversations with Creatives. It’s so lovely to hear a good conversation with people from industry about their success, failures and their career journey.

Watch →
FluxSomeone Stole My Online Course!
It’s great to see what other designers do. It’s interesting to watch them what they are up to. And not every time it is not easy. I found this interesting and even more interesting is its how hard it is to protect your business.

 
 

Inspiration

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Illustrator 
Thomas Rohlfs

I love finding impressive work from other designers. The beautiful colour palette and unique illustration style are what I like about Thomas work.

Visit his Behance