What I like

User-centered design

Is including user experience in project development. User as goal, method, and briefing. Talking directly to the user at key points in the project can help to make sure the product (any kind of design product) will deliver upon their requirements.

Design for Education

Introducing design into education (if we understand design as a way of thinking and being), can really make a difference in the personal growth and fulfillment of children and adults. Design education is learning how to apply practical methods, prior knowledge, and natural talent to solve new problems, without being restricted.

Interaction Design

Nowadays we life in front of an interface. We live constantly interacting with electric devices and screens. So, imagine the importance of having a properly adapted interface, that suits your needs and helps you to achieve your goal. Ergonomics and psychology are key factors to take into account when designing interactions.

Design research

The first phase of the design process. Often underestimated both for designers and clients, it is actually a very important base of design. The more we know the universe and the target of our design, the best. Design is not only about inspiration, is also about deeply understanding the subject you are creating for.

Creative Problem Solving

It is important to understand the role of creativity, innovation, and problem solving in your own life and across disciplines. What makes an idea creative, anyway? Dealing with the same problem in different, adaptive ways, is without doubt, a very good exercise. It will challenge you to move outside of your existing comfort zone and to recognize the value of that exploration.

Design thinking

Is a deeply human process that taps into abilities we all have but get overlooked by more conventional problem-solving practices. It relies on our ability to be intuitive, to recognize patterns, to construct ideas that are emotionally meaningful as well as functional, and to express ourselves through means beyond words or symbols.

My skills

Here you have some of my technical skills as designer
Photoshop:
Indesign:
Illustrator:
Rhinoceros & Solidworks:
After Effects: