I work with Human Centred Design methods, to contribute to the creation of experiences and digital products to make them delightful and sustainable. I observe and listen to people and help to design / redesign the user experience to improve usability, efficiency and effectiveness.
I have a Master’s degree in Psychology and Theory and Technology of Communication with an emphasis on the usability of Brain Computer Interface (BCI).
I am a geek, technology enthusiast, and I really love to experiment and learn. I have many interests which include: gadgets.RPG.geocaching.board games.TV shows.startups.RC models.fishing.illusionism.mentalism.drones.video editing.video games.hypnosis.NLP.running.snowboard.kitesurfing.kites.carnivorous plants.aquarium.slacklining.hiking.eye tracking.wearable devices.automation.virtual reality.possibility management.emotions.virtual assistants.artificial intelligencebotsriddles.succulents plants.bird feeding.
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I’m exploring new trends about User Experience in the real world connected to Social Impact projects, Bots, VR, AI, Service Design and Startup, uidu.org – apical.me. Open to freelance consulting. I’d love to help you with usability testing.
In our startup, the objective is to switch delivery from a physical to a mobile address that will be the GPS position of your smartphone allowing you to receive your goods wherever you are in your daily routine. I am designing a completely new user experience for package delivery.
I worked with Assist since 2009 applying the User Centred Design methods on many different projects, doing User Research and Usability testing both for physical and digital products. Most recently, I directed the Project Management team that developed Assist’s Intranet redesign for the evolution of Text4Assist; a platform that offers automated customer care via text message for clients like Vodafone and Sky.
Master’s degree in psychology and computer science. I learned project oriented team work, applying user centred design methodology. Thesis: How simple is it to control computers and videogames with the mind? Usability and User Experience of the BCI Emotiv Epoc.