Maikel Mirabal creative graphic designer, Production artist, UI Designer and Media developer



Maikel Mirabal is a creative graphic designer & production artist. Graduated in 2004 from ISDI Instituto Superior de Diseño, (Institute of Higher Education of Graphic and Industrial Design), Havana, Cuba, and currently lives in the sunny state of Florida, USA. Proudly worked as a creative graphic designer and production artist in the floral industry for 6 years (3/2012-6/2018) at the marketing department of The USA Bouquet Company. At present, he is performing as UI Designer and Media Developer at TracFone Wireless.

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His extensive experience in developing unique and personalized integrated marketing solutions, and effective strategies for global brands in multicultural markets, makes Mirabal ideal to revitalize your marketing and promotion department with his arsenal of creative and fresh ideas filled with effective and innovative visual results. His portfolio shows an array of projects containing a wide variety of visual solutions that illustrate his expertise as a graphic designer, art director, creative producer and photographer. Mirabal is a down-to-earth team player who recognizes strengths and enjoys transforming challenges into opportunities of improvement.

DESIGN DUTY = listening, imagining, designing and executing the ultimate design

Specialties: Branding, Illustration, Advertising, Poster Design, Packaging, Integrated Campaigns, Digital Promotions, Editorial Design, Rapid Prototyping, Wireframes, Task Flows, Motion Design. Both Mac and Windows platform user. Works with Adobe CC software (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, XD, Acrobat, Lightroom, Spark, After Effects), SketchUp and many more. Knowledge about typefaces, brand user guidelines and over the requirements for submitting pre-press. Experience in vinyl application, Printing, Laminating and Finishing of large format prints. Sales Team Support, Creative Input for trade shows and special events. Creating responsive and functional websites using the Squarespace website builder platform.

FLORAL INDUSTRY (3/2012 - 6/2018)

(Creative & Art Direction, Advertising, Branding, Brochures, Catalogs, Digital banners, Photography & Photo retouch, Poster, Social Media, Environmental Design and Packaging)

"Make a Difference" Campaign. 2017

Floral trade shows

PMA 2017

(New Orleans, LA)

Booth conception and execution, 20' x 20'. Developed to present multiple floral sections with personalized imaginary and to stand up its inner values. Connected by the same construction shape and materials. After photoshoot all the product presented, every section was supported by a visible QR code, what allowed the digital access to every floral through and Adobe Spark application. Materials used: plywood and printed Coroplast. Previous 3D mockup/render using SketchUp.

Sections at PMA 2017 (New Orleans, LA)

Living Green | Mood Makeover | Weekend WoW! | Watercolor! | #BE | Make a Difference | Woodland |

Albertson's Floral Review, 2018

(San Diego, CA)

Booth conception and execution, 10' x 10'. Singular presentation where the space is very limited. Materials used: kraft cardboard and cut vinyl. Previous 3D mockup/render using SketchUp.

Set Up at Albertson's Floral Review, 2018 (San Diego, CA)

2004 - 2011 (CUBA)

During seven consecutive years, I was part of the team at Santiago Álvarez Office, inserted in the ICAIC (Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry). There I was able to create and develop multiple visual campaigns that supported their main international event: the festival of documentaries "Santiago Alvarez in memoriam". In those years I adopted the "silkscreen" as a main way of expression and print technique, very rooted in the history of the Cuban poster, where is very significative the economy of colors and the use of a universal communicative elements as symbols, typography and the illustration use.

Posters (50cm x 70cm, silkscreen)

Parallel Projects

Phone: (305) 316-6419 | E-mail: contact@maikelmirabal.com

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