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Alan Chu, Digital Designer, DigitasLBi

7 min, 18 sec read
15:00 PM | 5 June 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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Alan Chu is a Digital Designer from renowned creative agency, DigitalLBi. Alan shares his journey from college, university through to landing his all important first job at DigitasLBi.

Alan Chu is a Graduate Designer from renowned creative agency, DigitalLBi. Alan shares his journey from college, university through to landing his all important first job at DigitasLBi.

Describe the path to where you are now

Every time I describe my path I think about the time when I was 14. For work experience I was trying to find places to work and I really wanted to do something creative, but I didn’t want to do what a lot of my fellow friends were doing, retail work and all that. I wanted to get into something creative but I wasn’t too sure where and how.

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