I am passionate about making complex tools easy to use, bringing value to both users and businesses. I can break down high technical complexity, influence stakeholders and deliver products using my creative, analytical and strategic skills.
In my previous life, I practised architecture, interior design, research, infographics and visual design. I’ve even studied computer science and played with generative design.
I also experiment with different methods, tools and emerging technology.
I can navigate complex projects with lots of ambiguity. I see how my work connects to other systems, see all of the angles and think through possible use cases.
I am used to pitching my work to senior stakeholders and explaining design decisions across different audiences. I can communicate complex concepts clearly, adjusting the language to my audience.
I identify and invite stakeholders to the design process early on, by running workshops, conducting SME interviews, and getting feedback on early ideas.
I find innovative ways to approach users, even with no official research budget. I base my decisions on user research, usability testing and real-world data.
outside of work
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.
5 facts about me:
- I lived in 6 different countries
- As part of a performance I've slept in a museum
- I've spent 2 weeks hitchhiking in Spain
- I designed flowers using mathematical equations
- I'm a beginner ramen cook