When I started at Internetrix as an Interactive Designer in 2014, the agency was undergoing a shift in brand, as it moved into a new physical space and new ownership took helm.
I had a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of the Internetrix brand over my 4 years there, working on the internal website, branding, marketing, internal processes, and much, much more.
Having started the job as a recently graduated Graphic Design kid, I left Internetrix as a matured web designer and developer. I credit my work there, and my colleagues, with igniting my love for the web.
I learnt a ton of invaluable skills during my time at Internetrix, delivering quality client projects with deadlines while not sacrificing quality and creativity (where possible). For instance, we took pride in considering accessibility in each project we did, not matter how small.