After an eight-year career in sales, customer service, and marketing, I found that people were treated like numbers for the company’s bottom line, rather than human beings. Frustrated, I decided to become a UX designer and advocate for the customer.
In my professional experience as a UX designer, I bring visual skills, creative problem-solving, and critical analysis to my projects, while always keeping my designs user-centric.
I constantly seek new opportunities and challenges to improve my skills, but most of all, to bring companies back to human-centered products. Because, in the end, products designed for the user are better for the business. Go figure.
I’m currently looking for my next opportunity to advocate for the user – if you’re looking to add someone to your UX team, please reach out via …