Wahi @ Work : Jung Park

Nathan Adjoran

As a graphic designer, Jung Park thrives on bringing the Wahi brand to life through visual storytelling. Read about how Jung spends his day employing his artistic talents to create designs that influence and inspire.

By Kristin Doucet | 2 minute read

Nathan Adjoran

1. Give us the 30-second elevator pitch about what you do at Wahi.

As a graphic designer, I love creating impactful designs that not only captivate audiences but also strengthen Wahi’s brand identity. My goal is to elevate Wahi’s image in every design I create.

2. How and why did you get into your industry?

Initially, I wanted to be an illustrator because I love art. But I wasn’t sure I had what it took, so I decided to look at other possible careers related to art. That’s when I stumbled upon design. It turned out to be the perfect fit. Design allows me to use my artistic talents and it opens up a world of possibilities in which to apply them.

3. What do you love most about your job?

One of the most satisfying parts of my job is seeing my designs implemented in real-world applications. Whether it’s a successful marketing campaign or a well-received brand design, seeing my work come to life is always fulfilling.

4. What does your typical day look like?

My day starts with browsing the design portfolio website Behance. It helps me stay current in design trends and inspires my own work. I then review my workload plan for the day and dive in.

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5. What podcast are you currently listening to?

Recently, I started listening to “Fun with Dumb,” which features interviews with American Asian artists, comics, actors, chefs, musicians, and other talented people. It has made my daily commute more enjoyable and sets a positive tone for the day.

6. Do you have any advice for people who want to be a graphic designer?

To become a successful graphic designer, you have to think about how your design is going to work for the market and the audience you’re targeting. It’s less about satisfying your own artistic needs and more about making sure the design clicks with the consumer and serves its purpose. 


Kristin Doucet

Wahi Managing Editor

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