A little bit about myself
I'm a Product Designer creating thoughtful solutions to sharing on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram...) at Echobox. As a problem solver, I care about crafting products and experiences that are useful, useable, and beautiful. I always try to balance business goals and engineering constraints while defending the users’ needs.
Derived from the book Lean UX, my process can be broken down in to 3 stages:
- - Think is focused on learning about the user and the strategy.
- - Make is about creating designs and building prototypes.
- - Check is centered on going back and evaluating performance after launch.
It’s a cyclical and iterative process that is quick, efficient, accurate, and adaptive.
Before taking on my role at Echobox, I was a concept artist working for various indie companies. It taught me how to research thoroughly, design with a purpose and think critically. The concept art world humbled me and made sure that I had no ego towards my designs. My only goal is to create great user experiences.
Bark Up is an app connected to a GPS tracker. It allows people to track their pets and get alerts if they get lost, run away or have been dog-napped.
Taskly is a note taking app made for the everyday user. Its goal is to keep your ideas, events, and everything that you want to remember close to you. All of this, while delivering a simple and easy to use interface.
Here’s a curated list of books that helped me get where I am today.
Feel free to get in touch
Don’t hesitate to reach out for a project, or just say hello over at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the rest of your day 👋🏻!