Luisa
Luisa
Empanada Enthusiast
Illustrator
Procreate addict
Product designer
Figma Connaisseur
Luisa
Empanada Enthusiast

Interaction Design/Product Design, Print/Brand Communications
Aka:
She/her
Proudly: Latin American
About
Luisa is a multidisciplinary designer with a passion for product design and illustration. She loves plants, fancy beer, biking, set design and movies that cause her existential crises. When she's not designing, you can find her making weird clay sculptures for her friends and baking a ridiculous amount of bread.
First thing you would do after COVID is over? (If ever)
Go to Greece and pretend I'm Donna from Mamma Mia
2nd favourite typeface (after Papyrus)
it's papyrus or nothing baby
Favourite Designer(s) and/or Design Communities
Case Studies
‘Béo’ Tablet App
Small businesses frequently report that Amazon has devastated their businesses - especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a world increasingly dependent on e-commerce many small businesses are struggling to compete and stay relevant. To help support small businesses in this effort, we created a platform to help them sell and deliver products to consumers that live locally.
When customers place an order on Béo, the stores receives and then fulfills the order, and our couriers will pick-up all the completed orders and deliver them. The main goal of the project was to help local businesses by creating an app to consolidate e-commerce orders and help with overall inventory management. Additionally, it would provide sales insights through visualizing sales data.
Diablos Chocolate
Venezuela is currently going through one of the worst socio-economic crises of the 21’st century. Nevertheless, its people continue to persevere and produce some of the best cocoa beans in the world, according to the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO). Venezuela also prides itself on a rich cultural background. The Diablos Artisan Chocolates were Inspired by a five-hundred-year-old Venezuelan tradition, “Los Diablos Danzantes de Corpus Christi” (The Dancing Devils of Corpus Christi). These festivals, where people dress up in colorful devil costumes and parade around town, are a representation of the triumph of good against evil.
Venezuela is currently going through one of the worst socio-economic crises of the 21’st century. Nevertheless, its people continue to persevere and produce some of the best cocoa beans in the world, according to the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO). Venezuela also prides itself on a rich cultural background. The Diablos Artisan Chocolates were Inspired by a five-hundred-year-old Venezuelan tradition, “Los Diablos Danzantes de Corpus Christi” (The Dancing Devils of Corpus Christi). These festivals, where people dress up in colorful devil costumes and parade around town, are a representation of the triumph of good against evil.
Ánima
Ánima magazine gives Latin-American female identifying people a space to showcase their creative work, and to share their experiences in their respective fields. The first issue of Ánima gives special recognition to Venezuelan voices, especially from within the country, where creative careers are becoming harder and harder to pursue considering the socio-economic situation.