I'm Fernanda Didini, art director and senior designer currently working at The New York Times for Kids. 

I am an art director with a love for storytelling. I enjoy creating data visualization, commissioning illustrations, running photoshoots, and developing design systems that are easy to follow and with a unique visual language.

I became an art director for Galileu magazine and, the following year, as a design director, the magazine was awarded as the only Brazilian magazine to win a gold medal for Overall Design in the Society for News Design award and medal finalist at Society of Publication Designers – among other awards – which I feel very honored to share with the team.

I’m a team player with experience leading teams, but also proactive and good with self-management. With others, I do my best to find their strengths and use those to elevate their work, which inspires me to bring unique and creative visual solutions to a variety of clients and problems.

Between magazine covers, infographics, and visual identity, I feel happy creating projects that make a difference in people's daily lives.

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for Illustrations submissions:
Google News Lab, Amazon Web Services, NBC News, Quibi, PepsiCo, Lonely Planet, FutureBrand, Nespresso, Bayer, CraftJam, FOPEA, Freeletics, Axel Springer, Vizient, Fundação Maria Cecília Souto Vidigal, Editora Globo, Editora Abril, O Boticário