About Layoutmag

Design for us is more than a job, it’s our passion. From the minimalist lines of Dieter Rams to the complex curves and layers of Frank Gehry, design shapes the way we see and relate to the world.

LayoutMag wants to become the point of reference for artists from all over the world. A place where, in addition to finding everything you need to develop your passion or work as a designer, you can find inspiration for your day-to-day life.

Our mission is to provide you with the latest and most relevant knowledge:

To help you enter the world of Graphic Design and its specialities with confidence.

We never forget that everyone has to start at some point, so you’ll find plenty of beginner’s guides, explanations of terminology and lists of essential computer equipment and software to get you started.

To improve and expand your Graphic Design skills and knowledge.

We are passionate about sharing the knowledge, tricks, shortcuts, experiences, procedures and news that we discover. That’s why our website is packed with information on training centres, courses and tutorials to help you improve and grow as a designer as quickly as possible.

To be more efficient and productive

We know how important it is to meet deadlines while improving the quality of our designs. That’s why we research and analyse the equipment, software and graphic resources that can help you the most, depending on your needs or your design speciality.

About Zarik Ahuir

Zarik Ahuir has been a designer and art director at agencies such as McCann Erickson, Grey, Havas, Leo Burnett and digital creative director at Publicis One. He has also collaborated with dozens of brands such as Coca-Cola, Disney, NestlĂ©, Heineken, FOX, Fiat, Jack Daniel’s and Garnier.

Their work has been awarded and recognized in competitions and festivals all over the world, such as Cannes Lions, the Club de Creativos, the ADCE or the Effectiveness Awards, among others.

His more than 15 years of experience in the creative industry, working with all types of equipment, allows him to identify what makes a real difference to the performance and quality of a designer’s work, and Layoutmag is where you can find his best advice on this.