Elexi Soriano

Elexi is a final year Interaction Design student at QUT and has worked with industry partners to communicate their brand and vision by producing various design assets and media. Elexi aims to refine her skills and knowledge of all aspects of design to become a UX designer after graduating University. As a Visual Communication Intern, she undertakes a range of graphic design and communications activities that supports branding and communications. Elexi assists in the production of a wide range of collateral and assets for print, web, and social media use. Her role in the Centre also supports production of internal and external communications, templates, and signage, photography, and video production.

Elexi applies design thinking skills and technical application of Adobe Creative Suite products such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator to support the Centre’s research and brand in a visually impactful way. She aims to creatively communicate the Centre’s vision and encourage the community to seek questions in how technology can create positive digital childhoods for all Australian children.

Earliest digital memory
For my 10th birthday I was gifted a PS2. A masterpiece was my first ever game, The Simpsons: Hit&Run, wreaking havoc as Bart Simpson in Springfield!


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