My focus is crafting everyday products / applications to create seamless experiences.
My job is to contribute to the collective intelligence of mankind through creating high-impact communication solutions.
That’s why I’m constantly improving my skills including but not limited to human-centered design and software development.
Areas of interest are mainly Graph Applications (Interest & Social Graph, Social Networks), Metadata and Data Visualization.
I’m also interested in cognitive sciences (philosophy, etymology, ontology, psychology), geometry, symbolism, and music.
- Interaction Design
- User-Interface Design
- Experience Design
- Graphic Design
- Front-end Development
- Motion Graphics
LANGUAGES & FRAMEWORKS
- Ruby on Rails
TOOLS / WORKFLOW
- Bourbon / Compass
- Atom Editor
- iTerm (zsh - bash)
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe After Effects
- Logic Pro X
- Ableton Live
We behave in order to accomplish a goal. What matters most is not what we’re doing but why we want to do it.
Products and services are mere tools to fulfill our intentions. Design is asking the question why and then making choices to create what. Design process is not a roadmap to be followed, rather it is the road and the one who walks it itself.
Designing a great product requires a thorough understanding of the problem and the people who are going to use it. Identifying the problem, learning about the users and clearly stating the business objectives lays the foundation for a more accurate definition of the product.
Designing an exceptional product is to define it successfully. Only after understanding and analyzing the opportunities can one decide what to build. Defining a product to be designed is to identify the core functionality for the particular experience.
A successful product is the result of many experimentations, including failures. Working prototypes should be built from day one to see how it actually works. Each experiment creates a unique experience. Great products can only be designed progressively.
Designing a product is actually creating it. While experimentations reveal the strengths and the weaknesses, building the product enables us to understand what it really is and how people are using it. Building a product is always improving it through understanding.
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