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I'm a self taught multi-disciplinary designer experienced in providing design solutions for
digital products/platforms with my fluency with broad range of tools that I am constantly adding to.
Twelve years ago, I started my journey as a graphic & web designer and was in perception that design is all about mastering the tools.
But as the journey progressed, I realized design is not harnessing the tools, it is about identifying and solving the problems that affect billions of users.
I do this with a design process that is similar to many others as those are proven methods. Empathize, define, ideate, sketch, prototype, test and iterate.
And I forgot, I do it with a bit of philosophy that every screen or every element on the screen has a purpose, they play a role in allowing the user to complete their
task, or the business to meet their goal, if not, should be removed.
The process I follow is, I research, document, prototype, test, iterate, design and deliver.
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In the last couple of years, working with some of the best people and different teams and experience different cultures taught to
view the problem from multiple perspectives.
A good design is not created in a moment of inspiration or a bubble. It requires deep knowledge of users,
empathy for them, their environments, and their goals. Conducting research, talking to users, collaborating with different teams
and testing prototypes all help in making the project success. I believe that successful design projects stem from good communication
and keeping the end-user in the forefront and most important to first answer the 5 Ws (Who, What, Where, When, and Why) before tackling the How.
If you have any questions, comments, feedback, or you'd just like to reach out, please don't hesitate to get in touch by email or via LinkedIn.
I'd love to hear from you! (I'm also available for freelance work and interesting collaborations.)