“A problem clearly stated is a problem half-solved.” —As a UX designer, these are words I live by, not only professionally but personally. I am always seeking to improve things and solve problems by first seeking to understand what exactly it is, whom it affects and how it affects them. The obvious solution is not always the right one.My interdisciplinary background in subjects such as linguistics, coding, and psychology have helped me in my experience designing for diverse industries ranging from finance, to health, to fashion. I continue to self-educate in my spare time to understand the world and how to design for the people who live in it.
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