Visual Aesthetics with Anushree Palkhiwala: Talent Talkies Ep. 11

Julie Desai
Posted June 23, 2020 from India

Featuring dynamic, brilliant & creative visual designer Anushree Palkhiwala. Watch Anushree’s journey into the world of creativity & success. Anushree is young dedicated freelance visual designer breaking all stereotypes of the  business family norms. 

Anushree Palkhiwala is a freelance visual designer who studied BA Fashion Communication from NIFT, Gandhinagar & MA Communication Design from Ravensbourne London.  She creates  organic & aesthetically appealing visuals for a living. Her forte is to create brand identities, social media graphics, art direction, photography and so much more... Currently, She is a budding entrepreneur trying to implement her visual communication & family business skills into something more meaningful which is related to overall human wellbeing via finding healthy food solutions.

https://youtu.be/8WExScvgvX0

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Chi8629
Jun 23
Jun 23

Hello Julie ,
How are you doing today?
Hope you are having a good day? Thank you for sharing .
Please stay safe out there.
Love always Chi.

Julie Desai
Jun 25
Jun 25

Really appreciate. Stay safe & stay strong

Jill Langhus
Jun 24
Jun 24

Hello Julie,

How are you doing, dear? I hope you're starting to feel better.

Thanks for sharing Anushree's inspiring interview. I'm glad that she didn't see graphic design as a male-centric career when she pursued. I would say when I went back to school to pursue design it was predominantly women in my classes, however, when I started applying for jobs, there were a lot of men, especially in the Director positions, and a lot of people still saw it as a male profession.

Does she have a portfolio website and/or a website for the business she is founding with her brother?

It would be great for her to join World Pulse:-)

Hope you have a good, rest of the week.

Julie Desai
Jun 25
Jun 25

I think that’s everywhere. As very rightly mentioned by Anushree , people don’t take this as a serious profession. My initiative especially is to promote such discipline for girls.

Jill Langhus
Jun 27
Jun 27

Quite possibly. Oh, I don't think that's true that people don't take it as a serious profession, at least not globally. That wouldn't be good.

Thanks for helping to promote them.

Thelma obani 2020
Jun 27
Jun 27

Thanks for sharing.
Stay safe and strong

Julie Desai
Jun 27
Jun 27

I appreciate. Stay safe

Anita Shrestha
Jul 13
Jul 13

Thank you for sharing

Beth Lacey
Jul 17
Jul 17

Thanks, Julie. As always, very interesting to watch

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Jul 18
Jul 18

Hi Julie
How are you doing.Hope you have a good day and please stay safe.Thanks for sharing Anushree's interview.That is a true World Pulse Sisterhood spirit.Please do encourage her to join this wonderful sisterhood and get more inspired
Love
Veronica Ngum
Cameroon