Hi, I’m Zoe Wolski and I’m a graphic designer, illustrator and creative from Western Australia. I completed my Bachelor of Creative Industries degree in 2017 where I honed my craft, majoring in graphic design and advertising with a minor in public relations.
Throughout my three years at university, many projects have provided me with invaluable skills and knowledge to produce a range of work spanning from booklets, brochures, posters, advertisements, branding, packaging, banner/social media ads, UX and UI mockups, prototyping, websites and other sales collateral which I have enjoyed immensely.
Some of my artistic achievements include co-designing the 2017 Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim T-Shirt working with a contemporary Aboriginal artist and designer as well as in 2018, illustrating both front covers of Edith Cowan University’s independent student magazine Dircksey Volume 4: ED. 1 and Volume 4: ED. 3.
Currently, I have two years’ experience, one of which is in the field working for two signage businesses and most recently, an application development company that focusses on mental health and safety solutions, where I gained industry knowledge and learned web design, photography and panoramic skills. I also freelance working on branding, logos, posters and flyers for clients through word of mouth.
My ‘Mission Statement’ as a creative practitioner is that I am driven to to create memorable and impactful promotional material that satisfies the various aesthetic needs for businesses advertising, marketing and design needs. To maintain this level of innovation and creativity whilst keeping my designs relevant and timeless, I keep in tune with pop culture trends within the media, emerging technologies and design trends through social media sources.