Nela Dunato: Brand designer & multi-passionate creator

Short Biography

Nela Dunato is a visual communications designer from Croatia. She has 17 years of experience building brands and digital platforms. She’s the owner of a boutique branding consultancy Nela Dunato Art & Design that brings beauty, humanity, values-driven strategy, and resonant meaning into the brands of expert consultants and authentic leaders.

She’s the author of the book “The Human Centered Brand”, a practical guide that teaches service based business owners and creatives how to create an authentic brand and grow meaningful relationships with their clients.

Her imaginative surreal art has been exhibited across Europe and the United States, appeared on the covers of books and music albums, and received several awards. Currently she creates art for her own pleasure and well-being, and inspires people to embrace creative self-expression as a regular practice.

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Nela Dunato, author of The Human Centered Brand

Topics

My core topics include branding, design, creative business, and personal creativity. I provided sample questions for each topic, and some of them lead to my articles where you can learn more.

Branding

Design

Creative business

Creativity

My work has been featured in…

Grazia GoDaddy Freelancers Union Fast Company Photoshop Creative Pick The Brain Awarepreneurs Podcast

Media Appearances

Selected appearances from recent years that are available online in the English language:

Promotion Agreement

I typically share interviews on my Facebook page, Twitter profile, LinkedIn profile, and regular newsletter. Newsletters are sent on a very loose schedule so it may take weeks or months for me to share a certain interview, but I will do it eventually.

If my contribution is shared as a part of a round-up of multiple experts, I can’t promise any promotion on my side – it depends on the article/video content. If there are opinions shared that I don’t endorse, or the quality of the curated content is not up to my standards, I may not want to share it with my audience.