In a fast-paced SaaS startup environment, alongside our Founder and Product Manager, I am in charge of all things design as well as some development.
I help companies to understand their users’ needs and want and deliver a seamless experience to them through a user-focused, data-driven, and design-led process.
I develop meaningful solutions and verify with purposeful testings and finally deliver them to the end users with a simple and beautiful design.
In these five years of working experience, I developed acclaimed German and international architectural and urban design projects such as Heidelberg Bahnhofsplatz Süd and Xiamen Commercial Park. Through this experience, I learned the best practices in design principles, collaborative working, project development under intense deadlines, and design presentation.
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Throughout this Bootcamp, I joined as the developer on our team of other three UX designers and a Data Scientist and built DUAW as our final project using React, JS, MUI, and more...
DUAW is a website that enables Techlabs' students to showcase their projects and request for feedback as well as further collaborations.
I started this Web Development Bootcamp to gain a better understanding of frontend development to be a better UX Designer and it was one challenge after another. However, I loved it so much that now I wanna be also a better web developer. It is just the beginning...
Throughout this intensive Bootcamp, I worked on two real-world projects with the guidance and critiques of my mentor Nikos Kotsakis and in collaboration with Sasha Kudriashova as the graphic designer.
In response to the users' needs and aligned to the client's design brief specifications and constraints, I delivered:
- Meaningful design solutions that elevate the user experience
- A brand identity that generates consistency in all aspects of both projects.
The final result of my works is this portfolio.
During this interdisciplinary master's degree, I gained a valuable understanding of human behavior, collective psychology, and the wicked problems an urban environment as a complex system can face through fascinating human sciences studies such as sociology, anthropology, political sciences, history, and migration. In order to solve these wicked problems, we learned the latest methodologies of field research, workshops, participatory design, and facilitation techniques to engage the stakeholders in the design process.
It guided me to lay a strong foundation for design principles studying the history of art and architecture. It also boosted my collective work mentality during the development of various design projects.