Meet the Ucidity Team - Vincent - Lead Designer

 Content Marketing |  1 min read

Every month we're showcasing one of our amazing team members. This month, we're celebrating our Lead Designer - Vincent.

Read Vincent's replies to some pretty funny questions and ask yourself - how would you answer these?


What did you want to be when you were young?

For some weird reasons I wanted to own a hotel… I thought that’s what rich people do.

If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why?

I think it would be a pig because I really like to nap.

How did you get into graphic design?

Since I was young I have so much interest in creative stuff - I am always sketching and drawing on papers, playing music, singing etc. My family acknowledge my interest in drawing and designing and have been very supportive to get me into the industry.

What’s your favourite client project and why?

I would have to say Living My Way. This client has been very approachable and systematic. The briefs are a good balance of corporate and fun projects. I particularly enjoy creative projects that involves a lot of illustration such as the Kid’s Christmas Activity Pack that we recently did.

What’s your favourite thing about working with Ucidity?

Ucidity has been providing me a huge growing opportunity. I have learned a lot - not just in graphic designing. I am presented the opportunity to build my skills in communicating with team and client, project management, presentation skills, etc which all I’m very grateful for.

If you were shipwrecked on a deserted island, all human needs - food and water - were taken care of, what two items would you want to have with you?

A piano and my phone, lol.

Which famous quote would you love to leave with everyone?

This is not a famous quote but a motto that I swear by to get me through the day, hope you don’t mind:
“Embrace the problems and turbulences in life. If none of these are in the equations, will you ever appreciate and be grateful for the little things you have in life?”


That's all folks.

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See you next time!

Published on January 21, 2021