I'm an User Experience designer with more than 8 years of extensive experience on product design and design consulting. During this time I've had the opportunity to wear a hat on pretty much every stage of the software life-cycle, including Development, Analytics, QA and UX. This exposure has allowed me to offer a multitude of perspectives on projects and has helped me cultivate new approaches and unique solutions.
I have a passion for clean and simple solutions. I've been recently intrigued with the principles of persuasive design, and how Experience Design as a discipline can encompass a social psychology framework to exert influence into both b2b and b2c applications. My technical breath allows me to quickly create my own proof of concepts to help me validate my design more rapidly.
I enjoy solving puzzles and building new things.
Built a team virtually from scratch by recruiting three designers and two interns, serving as their manager
Led design for multiple tools from the CRM and HCM verticals including the redesign for a tool that handles over $22 billion in revenue for Oracle
Led the vision of future interactions of multiple extensibility tools for Oracle Cloud Applications, which have been iteratively been included in the product
Redesigned completely the documentation templates used by the team with key stakeholders, using modern frameworks as jQuery and Bootstrap
Led design of the eSport portal for the largest gaming community in the world that provided video on demand and stats for over 32 million users per month
Crafted experiences for over 10 different clients on different multiple industries including: entertainment, consumer electronics, gaming and consumer packed goods
Developed the front-end and back-end for multiple clients and projects including one of the largest redesigns of disneyworld.com
Completed my master's degree on CMU's Heinz College. US News & World Report ranks it as the #1 graduate school in Information & Technology and Management.
My plan was to create robots to take over the world... it didn't pan out as I expected