The graphic designer on what her job entails…
How long have you been at CD Projekt Red?
I first joined as an intern in 2013. Games have always been a passion of mine and I’d played all of The Witcher games to date, so working here felt like a dream come true. I then worked for another company for about two years, before returning in 2016 as a fully fledged graphic designer for the marketing department.
What’s the work like?
It’s engaging and creative — whether I’m creating promo assets for our games, designing gadgets and goodies, or working on Esports-related stuff.
What kind of design work have you been up to lately?
Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of designing ad campaign visuals for Thronebreaker. Also, Gwent’s launch involved a huge redesign to make its visuals match the dark and brutal tone of the Witcher world. Shifting our approach was quite a challenge, but a satisfying one.
What have been some memorable moments?
One was having a hand in designing The Witcher 10th Anniversary Geralt pin. Creating a gadget for such a momentous occasion was a big deal and a privilege. I’m also very happy with the work I did on the visual identity of GWENT Masters, the game’s Esports series. Keeping things consistent, but at the same time distinct for all tournaments of the series, as well as trying to capture the essence of The Witcher Card Game, wasn’t easy!