Kyle Baptista considered himself as an imposter. During highschool he created a few Geocities websites convincing Americans to visit Canada to get drunk. After graduating with an Engineering Degree, he started working for Engineers without Borders as their Designer. Being a Designer in Toronto, he believes the delightful Twitter can be a great tool to sew the creative fabric together without agenda or ego.
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