Carlos
Salguero

I design & build digital solutions to effectively promote your business!I make clean, modern, & visually-appealing content for your brand using the latest technologies in design, digital marketing, & web accessibility.

What I do

Digital Marketing

Web Design

ecommerce Stores

ui-UX design

social media

Graphic Design

Design

I consider myself a designer first. This is because I think visually and like creating interfaces and layouts that can be drawn first before interacting with a digital program. I use the latest tools in order to achieve the best result including, but not limited to, Sketch, Adobe XD, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Figma.

Development

A good product is not finished unless it can be used properly. By using different tools I can transform easy or complex designs into tactile user experiences that work in all devices. Some languages I work with include HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and Liquid. Other platforms I use include Shopify, WordPress, and Webflow.

Management

I enjoy leading projects from beginning to end. I work with organizations, real customers, my own clients, and team members located in different parts of the world in order to bring ideas into reality. Agile design allows me to collaborate with others following a sprint-based approach using some of the tools mentioned below.

My Toolbox

Sketch

Sketch changed the entire UI design market when it came out. It’s also the only app that is compatible with most, if not all, prototyping programs. By learning how to use Sketch, I was able to easily pick up similar programs such as Adobe XD, Figma, Marvel, & InVision Studio.

Adobe XD

I loved this tool since its Beta Version back in 2016 a.k.a. Adobe Experience Design. The tool has evolved so fast and it's available for free, which makes it a must-have for any designer. The ability to prototype using motion is quite powerful and effective. Adobe XD is now a standard because of its clean and minimal interface.

Figma

As one the easiest tools to design and collaborate, Figma has definitely made communication with colleagues and stakeholders a very easy process. I import my Sketch files into Figma so that others can share their feedback about a specific screen or prototype—a critical step within the Agile process, which requires constant design iterations.

Webflow

No web builder comes close to the powerful Webflow Designer interface. Webflow has changed the market and taken a big market share from others such as WordPress and Weebly. Dubbed as the future of web design app, this tool made me fall in love with the web again, not to mention it also works as a great prototyping tool.

Shopify

When it comes to the e-commerce market, this Canadian-owned brand is second to none. Shopify took away all the hassle of building and managing online stores. I use this tool as well as it's programming language Liquid, to create beautiful online stores worldwide. The plugins really make this software my favourite store builder.

WordPress

Finding a WordPress site in the internet is as easy as finding water in a pool. That's why I still believe WordPress will continue to be relevant for many years to come. The plugin marketplace makes this tool a quick and inexpensive way of building any site—some of my favourites plugins are Elementor and Udesly.

Google Analytics

Finding a WordPress site in the internet is as easy as finding water in a pool. That's why I still believe WordPress will continue to be relevant for many years to come. The plugin marketplace makes this tool a quick and inexpensive way of building any site—some of my favourites plugins are Elementor and Udesly.

Google Data Studio

Finding a WordPress site in the internet is as easy as finding water in a pool. That's why I still believe WordPress will continue to be relevant for many years to come. The plugin marketplace makes this tool a quick and inexpensive way of building any site—some of my favourites plugins are Elementor and Udesly.

Google Ads

Finding a WordPress site in the internet is as easy as finding water in a pool. That's why I still believe WordPress will continue to be relevant for many years to come. The plugin marketplace makes this tool a quick and inexpensive way of building any site—some of my favourites plugins are Elementor and Udesly.