A non-linear design career path – with Zach Grosser | CharliMarieTV

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Episode Title: A non-linear design career path – with Zach Grosser
Produced by: CharliMarieTV
Description: Presentation designer Zach grosser joins me this week to talk about his journey to becoming a designer, and trust me: It’s not the usual path you’ve heard a million times before!

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Design career paths can take many forms, and there’s no one right way to become a designer. You’ll hear in Zach’s story that he tried lots of different creative avenues before settling on design, and he also shares advice on the thing that has been KEY to his career: networking.

Follow Zach on Twitter: https://twitter.com/zachgrosser
Zach’s consultancy: https://www.zacht.studio/
Read his publication: https://presentation.design/



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