I’m a multidisciplinary designer, specialising in User Experience. I have a background in Architecture, where I learned to design everything from development strategy, through complex systems to visual design.
I have worked on all stages of projects both small and large, and I am always excited to learn the domain, understand the unique challenge and provide solutions that would fulfil both business and user needs.
Architecture taught me to understand the context and specifics of a problem, before jumping into sketches. I worked on designs that tackle the refugee crisis and an anti-smog manifesto.
I am passionate about the possibilities technology can give us and even studied computer science for a year. I designed pasta based on mathematical equations, coded in Python.
My architectural studies gave me a good foundation of visual design. I learned about colour theory, composition and attended courses such as painting, sculpture and typography.
What I love about design is that it touches many disciplines, and there is always something new to discover.
I see design as a part of a larger context and not just what happens on the screen. I focus on a solution that fits within the entire user journey.
I believe that great projects come from a mix of different ideas. I see feedback as a gift that helps me improve both myself and the products I am working on.
I like the way the design can contribute to businesses and generate measurable results. I also wrote a blog post on how UX Designers add value to businesses.
When I am not designing, I try to spend a lot of time in nature. I fell in love with the Swiss Alps so you can find me there either hiking or snowboarding. I also practice yoga, read non-fiction stories and enjoy improv games.
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