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Musician and Graphic Designer by heart, Electronics and Communication Engineer out of School, Videographer and Photographer out of passion, Programmer out of curiosity and Masters in Information Technology from CMU out of innocence...

I have performed Marketing and Persuasion Architecture roles in the past as well as Technical Roles in Telecommunications and Software companies. My current role is as User Experience Designer at Schneider Electric.

Concepts that I like a lot:

  • Design Thinking
  • Data Visualization
  • Data Science
  • Statistics
  • Big Data
  • Meaning
  • Information Architecture
  • Interaction Design

Apr
7
answered Default images in search result
Apr
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Default images in search result
Apr
6
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Default images in search result
Apr
6
revised Default images in search result
your edit comments are meant to appear here, in your edit summary. in your post, they're noise.
Apr
3
awarded  Yearling
Apr
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Default images in search result
Mar
23
comment Icon design for “I´m going” and “I´m interested” buttons
1. and 2. are not off-topic. Is there any way you can reword the question so that it's not about the specifics about the design and more on the sides of the interaction?
Feb
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on User accessibility for mobile applications
Jan
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why are certain fonts more legible than others?
Jan
23
answered User acceptance of suggestions from decision-support system
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on As a programmer, how do I move into User Experience Design?
Jan
15
comment Has user testing found that the “three horizontal bars” for main menu on mobile is commonly understood?
@JonW Science vs Heuristic, an eternal debate in this field, isn't it? However, heuristic observations can become science, or at least challenge beliefs. May this help for other people to question it and prove it right or wrong with science... :)
Jan
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
12
comment Has user testing found that the “three horizontal bars” for main menu on mobile is commonly understood?
@user645715, I was just making a joke :)
Jan
12
comment Has user testing found that the “three horizontal bars” for main menu on mobile is commonly understood?
@Paul, what I got from the article is that he made an observation based on user testing. However, since he was using both the burger and menu patterns I took it as a form of AB testing (although it wasn't). At the end, according to N/N Group, volume derived from AB testing doesn't add too much value when compared to direct, targeted and focused usability testing. Clinging into the details leave this question unanswered, interpreting results (or assuming as you would anyway for AB tests, is the only thing we can do) allow for this question to be answered. Insight & Refinement are what matters.
Jan
10
comment How to improve ux/ui of this screen and not move away from skeuomorphism?
@JonW I actually meant that it wasn't properly written... My mind plays tricks on me! Well, it's good, while I was writing the answer a message appeared with "closed" not hold... maybe SE glitch...
Jan
9
comment How to improve ux/ui of this screen and not move away from skeuomorphism?
The answer was closed, and I saw value in it, I just think it was properly written. You're combining skeuomorphic elements with non-skeuomorphic elements. Have you ever seen buttons in a clipboard?
Jan
9
revised How to improve ux/ui of this screen and not move away from skeuomorphism?
Corrected grammar
Jan
9
revised Has user testing found that the “three horizontal bars” for main menu on mobile is commonly understood?
Edited one of the balloons that had wrong color coding...
Jan
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to do you elaborate the usability testing goal for a simple task?