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Shop Owner Interview #16: Kin Studio From Indonesia

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We have gone through many stories of shop owners on MakiPlace, but none of them are the same.

They may have different reasons to become a designer or a developer. They may work either part-time or full-time.

No matter what their purpose is, they’re making every endeavor to create and deliver high-quality products to users.

This graphic designer is no exception.

Hi, could you tell us a little about yourself?

I come from Indonesia. I launch the design services in my city and I’m also a contributor to some other design services sites. I’ve pursued professional design since 2015. I’ve registered for an online shop on MakiPlace named Kin Studio.

What are you selling? Why and how did you make it?

Actually, I sell different types of designs such as logos, brochures, flyers, layouts, business cards, packaging designs, and illustrations.

How do you get inspired? Where do your ideas come from?

To say the least, there are many things that have inspired me, from my friends to famous designers that I follow. Their amazing and extraordinary designs, persistence and dedication to work all push me forward. Also, life is full of little beautiful things which help motivate me to do the job I decided to pursue.

Any tips for designers and developers on selling their stuff?

I would recommend trying new things and creating targets. That’s my resources to continue developing my design business. It’s not a good idea if you’re a designer who accepts to be left behind the trend due to ignoring new things. I also hope you remember you’re doing business as well, so setting targets will be no way redundant and useless.

Which feature would you like to see on MakiPlace?

I hope there is an app for mobile.

What are your favorite resources for design and development?

I try to build ideas by starting sketches either manually or digitally. I also follow some design sites to add my insights into the development of the design. Not only does it help me expand my expertise but also connects me to the latest trends and accomplished designers in the industry.

As the story ends, we have another place to go. It’s Kin Studio shop on MakiPlace. Let’s go give him some encouragement at https://www.makiplace.com/shop/kin_studio/

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