This week I spoke to motion designer and director, Kay Uwaibi. With a background in a more technical field, Kay and his wife started The Park Ave Company with the goal of having honest discussions centered around user needs. In our conversation we talked how to approach a work-life balance, Kay's approach to a project by starting with the end goal and working backward, and Kay's strategy for pricing motion design projects.
Kay and his wife have some incredible work they've done for Park Ave so make sure to connect with them at the links below:
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