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We are recipients of the Google Scholarship
for the Udacity Front End Developer Program

About Us


Diana Vilé graduated as a Communication Scientist at the Radboud University in Nijmegen back in 2006.

During her studies, she was involved in the management decisions of the Social Faculty, as a student leader, she combined Communication Science with Development Studies and was involved in the Editorial as head Editor, photographer and writer for both monthly student magazines. She studied Audiovisual Communication at the UAB-University in Barcelona for 6 months and worked as a volunteer audiovisual during her studies. She also did an 8-month internship in Jakarta at the two main TV stations in Indonesia and graduated with distinction on "Interests in TV news making process in Indonesia". Her second internship was a research internship at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, regarding Donation chains.

Diana has been working as a freelance journalist since 2006, both as camerawomen, news editor, online magazine editor, book writer, copywriter for both Dutch and Spanish media companies. Since 2013 she works as a senior editor for a European web hosting company. In charge of the online marketing communication (website, WordPress, Seo, online marketing campaigns, newsletters, blog, social media) for the West-European markets: the UK, Spain/Catalan, Dutch and German. Her mother tongue is Dutch. She also speaks English, Spanish and Catalan. Diana is at her best when learning new things online. Especially related to text, visuals and coding. Although not very experienced in coding yet, except for hands-on HTML knowledge, she absolutely loves to code. Please find the resume of work experience on LinkedIn, CodePen and GitHub account.


Violeta Risueño (1988) was born and raised in Buenos Aires (Argentina). She graduated in Art Managament and Curatorial Practices (ESEADE, 2016) after her AA in Photography (E. F. C. Andy Goldstein, 2010) and her brief studies in Filmmaking (IUNA, 2007) and Art History (National Art Museum of Buenos Aires, 2011) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Since a teenager, she has always been involved with tech, photography, graphic and web design projects, mainly as a freelancer. In her early twenties, she curated and showcased her artistic work in several art exhibitions and produced and filmed a series of short documentary films on argentinian art broadcasted at a national level while still freelancing and working as a designer for companies.

In 2017 she moved to Barcelona (Spain) and decided to dedicate full time to the tech industry, improving her coding and design skills and working as a full time web designer for a big company. In late 2017 she was awarded a Google Scholarship for the Front End Development Program in Udacity and is now a member of the Interaction Design Foundation where she is currently learning about User Experience.

Get in touch

Location: Barcelona

E-mail: info@artnerd.net

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