My dad was a system's analyst and on 92 I got my first 286 CGA monitor.. was amazed with Qbasic Games like Nibbles and Monkey. My curiosity about computer graphics starts.. So now I pretty much know how Atari games was made it from. And as absolutely crazy about Lucas Games (prince of persia, indiana jones etc...)... and yes windows 3.1.. Not to far from this date, in 94 my cousin bought a PowerPC Macintosh with Photoshop 3.0 on it and a massive HP Scanner connected on it.... On the PC computer we got Quark , few other Design Softwares and on a 386DX2 100 the CorelDaw 5.0.. Oh well I became a Graphic Designer.
Back in 1995, fascinated with data, I did a few courses I found myself coding on Clipper, later on VB and Delphi. Connecting to the internet using BBS using a 14400kbps modem and accessing servers with no browsers. Later on with Netscape using Windows 95.. But what got my attention was pretty much design the interfaces for things that would work great. Building HTML Pages to put on Geocities or Angelfire was the crack!
Nowadays I work as a User Experience Specialist with a brilliant team of Business Analysts, Project Managers, Systems Analysts, Programmers , Web Developers, UI and UX Consultants who thrive on producing high quality digital applications, wealth generating digital products and online technologies towards Microsoft Systems that lead the way for reliability, adaptability and flexibility for the Australian Government, Engineering Construction and Energy & Resources industry. (With a strong focus on Enterprise Mobility....)