Meet Us: Noemely Alcantara
Noemely is a Graphic Designer at DGCA whose energy radiates through her work. From big companies to small organizations, Noemely is able to combine her strategic and creative skills to design impactful projects. Learn more about Namely through her quick Q&A session with DGCA below!
1. What are your favorite softwares/programs to use?
A: Photoshop, Illustrator, and In design
2. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
A: In 10 years I see myself building strong brand identities and developing brand strategy for eco-conscious businesses.
3. What kind of project would you consider your dream project?
A: Developing a brand identity and strategy for a local regenerative farm.
4. What’s your most-used productivity hack?
A: Wise time management
5. What’s the best place you’ve traveled to?
A: Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
6. What’s the best concert you’ve been to?
7. Whose your biggest inspiration in your respective field?
A: Núria Vila
8. What’s your favorite movie?
A: Home Alone 2
9. What show are your currently binge-watching?
A: Just finished Keep Sweet Pray and Obey
10. How do you decompress after a long day of work?
A: Cooking, eating, lounging
11. What type of music/ What artist do you listen to while getting work done?
A: Mostly Lo-fi Hip Pop or some type of R&B, Pop, or Indie music
12. What's your guilty pleasure?
A: Lots of pastaaaa
13. Where are you from?
A: Born in Dominican Republic raised in NY, CT, and FL
14. What’s something you’ve done, but you’ll never do again?
A: Buy too much stuff I don't need
13. How do you like to start your day?
A: Breathwork and Exercise
14. Are you a dog person or a cat person (or neither)?
A: Dog person
15. What made you interested in your respective field?
A: I fell in love with the way I felt when drawing or painting something. I wanted to do something with my creativity that didn't necessarily mean making my way into art galleries. I some how came across Graphic Design and it sounded like something I would really enjoy and here I am! I do not regret it. 16. What are your thoughts on the importance of Black artists in the creative industry?
A: Black artists collectively and individually, have a unique perspective that brings much value and culture to the creative industry. Having Black artist not only creates representation for the young growing artists not yet in the industry, but it also gives Black artists a platform to advocate for the things that are important to their communities.
17. What's your favorite sport? A: Swimming or Soccer
18. What's your favorite Saying/Quote?
A: One day at a time
Fun Fact: I've gone sky diving, I like going to edm music festivals, I volunteer at a local Urban Community Garden.