They present some of my latest work and highlight the mix of skills required like research, information architecture, interaction design, prototyping and testing. There are also a bunch of other projects I would be glad to talk about.
I got featured in different publications, award and digital media platforms like TechCrunch, UX Collective, Webdesigner Depot, inVision, Adobe, UXPin, Muzli, Awwwards, AIGA and various UX and design blogs. I was also a speaker at a few design events and taught an introductory course on user experience and design at SNSPA University.
My ideal work process is split into 5 main steps. I adapt my approach based on project characteristics (features, audience, platforms etc.), time available for design (days, weeks, months) and development method (Waterfall, Lean, Kanban etc.).
I write articles and guest posts about the things I’m most passionate about: experience design, product design, psychology and cartography. I usually choose subjects that dig into the connection between two or more of them.
I tweet the best UX and product design articles I read and write about psychology, cartography and design on Medium. You can see my resume and people I worked for on LinkedIn, my hobbies on Facebook and things I’m inspired by on Instagram.
Some say I have quite a story to tell :)