I consider that the design does not refer to how many tools you know, what techniques, composition rules, but more to the ability to identify problems/opportunities and find solutions taking into account all aspects and constraints of a given situation.
Although the design is not a linear process, I use agile methodologies, in order to find the most efficient solutions for any type of problem.
"Where you innovate, how you innovate, and what you innovate are design problems."
— Tim Brown, CEO and president of IDEO
I started in 2014 as a Graphic Designer, but immediately I discovered that what I have to do from that point onward is UX Design. Since then I invested in my “experiences”, knowledge and made the transition to Product Designer and lately to Product Manager.Go to portfolio