my CV says that I'm a full stack designer with focus on user experience and product design.
Despite this I'm much more:)
I spent most of my time working and living the web as blogger and as technical geek (ask me anything about robots, seriously).
I live and thrive in a mobile environment, with more than 10 years of experience in web and mobile environment. My background, while extensive, isn't traditional. I a combo of Humanistic (Science of communications) and technical skills (don't forget the robots).
I’ve been working on the design and implementation of interfaces for desktop and mobile devices.
My job is strongly focused on all the shades of User eXperience. I’m aimed by finding the right balance, in terms of design solutions, between business and user needs.
I'm excited to work on the dynamics of compatibility of the mobile devices to the new usability standards dedicated to the web experience. The strong approach in usability and the accessibility were the basic ingredients for good results in projects aimed at improving these aspects in the context of international rating (Best Swiss App, Hallvarsson & Halvarsson).
I do like evangelize people and companies how to create and manage that golden loop. I'm committed to find the way to attract the right audiences and move them toward the business goals.
In the past five years I was leading processes related to develop new mobile projects and increase the user centered design culture in the companies.
The way I work is with standard development methodologies (eg Agile Scrum, ITIL V3).