“Am I a designer?”, “Am I a developer?”, “Am I a digital marketer?” “Or am I just a guy who can do lots of stuff with the computer?”


Over time, I keep asking myself these questions, switching inconsistently between those titles and of course, changing my bio in accordance.

I have never had formal training on how to design user interfaces, develop web applications or practice digital marketing.

I am self-taught. No mentor, no teacher, no assessments to keep me in check, no exams or professional certification in any of those fields. So I never felt confident calling myself any of those – Designer, developer or digital marketer.

Recently, I came to the realization and conclusion that I am neither of them. My true value comes from solving problems. My toolkit consists of Design, Code, and Marketing.

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