I am a happy, enthusiastic person who thrives for learning and implementing new skills.
I firmly believing that user experience is about the ideas and process, not the artifacts. That's why I've been taking on various design roles in my career to be able to understand all the ins and outs of the process and help you and your developers deliver the product that your users will love.
For the last seven years I have been doing a range of things — from interaction and user interface design through web development to leading product development teams, to make sure I can deliver anything your team needs to get your idea off the ground.
My keen interest in Emotional Intelligence and my ability to empathize with the user often help me to understand user's pin-points and to get to the core of the problem. I am a fast pace problem solver, but my patience and good listening skills make me an effective team player.
Being a Positive Psychology practitioner, happiness is my favorite topic. During my research I came across the video of Martin Seligman talking about positive psychology. After watching Seligman's talk, I was curious to learn more about the subject from other TED talks and other sources. I watched Don Norman talk about ways that design makes you happy, and Stuart Brown explaining the importance of play in cognition and creativity. Stefan Sagmeister drew parallels between the emotions people feel as they experience good design with the types of happiness and contentment people feel as they meditate. As a UX designer, that is what I want to explore.
"I work for Users."
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org