I’m a UX/UI Designer with a background in journalism, content creation, and communication strategy. Creating and editing different pieces of content, planning communication strategies, researching and analyzing insights have been part of my job. Working in interdisciplinary teams, taught me the importance of active listening and understanding different types of requirements. I’m open, curious, and can easily empathize with people. One of my favorite parts of the work is interacting with people. That’s why, among other things, turning into UX came naturally to me.
I love problems because I love thinking about possible solutions. I love changes because changes mean learning, trying, failing, and overcoming.
Currently, I’m working on improving my coding skills. You can see more details about my work experience and education on LinkedIn (and of course, feel free to connect with me).
Furthermore, I am very interested in education. As a student, I have taken advantage of the last few months to take different courses on topics that I am passionate about, such as psychology -particularly cognitive psychology- and online accessibility. As a teacher, I worked as a professor for 2 years at the Universidad Nacional de La Matanza in Buenos Aires, where I taught academic writing. In Berlin, I have taught Spanish as a foreign language. For me, teaching Spanish was not just teaching a language but a way of connecting with people through my culture and also generating connections between students.
I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and now I’m based in Berlin, Germany, a city that I love because, despite its cold weather during the winter, it’s a very nice and intercultural city surrounded by nature!
What else? I love dancing tango! In this city, I discovered my passion for cycling, hiking, and skating. Here I also learned (and continue learning) a lot more about gastronomy, another topic that interests me. Having friends from many countries allows me to learn, cook and try their culinary traditions. I also love languages. I speak Spanish, English, German, Italian, and Portuguese.