Buen Viento y Buena Mar, Samaipata.

My experience rebranding and building Samaipata’s website

After nearly nine months, and some hectic last weeks and weekend troubleshooting and fixing web issues, I can finally say: my mind is in peace and I can say goodbye to this amazing project: samaipata.vc.

With a bit of a broken heart but with the best feeling of satisfaction, knowing all the effort and passion that has been injected into it, I must say I’ve enjoyed every single second of this process, all the good and even the stressful moments. I’ve learned an unbelievable amount of things and have some life and professional takeaways I’ll be forever grateful.

Thanks so much, Samaipata for this incredible opportunity, for trusting the process, for your dedication and passion to learn more and fully understand design thinking, for teaching me some good lessons and pushing me to the limits of my possibilities, for letting me explore solutions and being open to a process of mutual growth and improvement. It couldn’t have been better. The good stuff is yet to come for you as a team and as a company because your energy, hard work, passion, and forward-thinking approach is beyond this world and the word HUMAN couldn’t be more accurate to describe you as a team.

Samaipata team by Victor Garrido and Miren Pastor

I can’t finish this post without mentioning the best part of this experience, and that has been, working closely once again with Carmen. Carmen is the dream client every creative freelancer will love to have. Hands-on, with the ability to always focus on moving forward and exploring solutions to push the limits of possibilities, and strive for the best results, to take you out of your comfort zone while at the same time giving you full control of your process. A kick-ass inspiring woman, brilliant mind, and incredible friend. Thanks for your patience, your honest feedback, and for all the energy and passion you’ve put since minute one.

Once and again my favorite life motto has been proven: “Together, we are stronger”.

Check Samaipata’s full case study here.