Born and raised in Mexico, Jessica is multidisciplinary designer with a passion for creating meaningful experiences through visual communication. With a Bachelor’s degree in International Commerce and a Master’s in Marketing Jessica combines a business-oriented mindset with a creative edge.
After working for top advertising agencies such as Ogilvy, BBDO, and Leo Burnett, and with a strong background in superior education, teaching narrative and audiovisial production, Jessica wanted to improve her design skills in Vancouver, BC, where they completed a Diploma in Design Formation. During her time at Langara, Jessica was part of a team that developed the concept and design for the Exhibit “Raised in Chinatown”, which was part of the Chinatown Storytelling Centre.
With a particular interest in wayfinding design, Jessica developed a proposal for College wayfinding and she is always looking for new and innovative ways to create intuitive and effective navigation systems. Whether working on branding campaigns, exhibits, or wayfinding projects, Jessica brings a unique perspective and a wealth of experience to every project she undertake.
Recently she joined the Lost and Found Design studio at Vancouver creating intreseting visual assets as well as 3D renderings which help the studio and the clients to have a better idea of the final look of the projects
My super power is
integrate bold colors
Best piece of advice I've ever heard
Inspiration comes from unexpected ways, keep your eyes and your mind open.
Branded Environments, Exhibition, Placemaking, Strategy/Research/Planning, Wayfinding
Brand, Exhibition, Graphic, Interpretive, Signage
Corporate, Cultural, Education, Healthcare, Museums, Recreation