In my multimedia journey, I've tamed the Adobe Suite:
  • Photoshop: my creative confidante
  • Illustrator and Indesign: the reliable cousins
  • PremierPro and After Effects: my dynamic duo

However, Figma has recently stolen the spotlight, effortlessly blending all my creative needs. Navigating the collaborative space, I dance between tools like:
  • Miro
  • Slack
  • Google Drive
  • Open Office

Currently, I'm into AI experiments, engaging in daily dream discussions with Bing, and sparking creative sessions with ChatGPT.
Heads up: I'm a critical and responsible user, ensuring technology aligns with my values.


  • Scrum and Agile:
Collaborated in Scrum teams, implementing Agile methodologies for project workflows. Regular sprint planning, stand-ups, and retrospective meetings ensured adaptability and efficiency in project development.

  • Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design:
Actively engaged in studying and applying Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design principles. From empathetic ideation to prototyping, these practices were seamlessly woven into project development, ensuring a holistic and user-focused outcome.

My guilty pleasure, integrating the feedback after groups sessions.


Growing up with both parents in psychology has deeply influenced my ability to understand the needs and emotions in any room. Open-minded, empathetic, and creative, I consider collaboration the cornerstone of the design process. My sensibility allows me to create harmony within the team.

Meticulous by nature, I derive a unique pleasure from arranging toolkits, ensuring every screw finds its designated place—a tangible reflection of my passion for bringing order to chaos.

As a colleague, I actively support others, working not just on projects but also on fostering a healthy work-life balance for everyone involved.

︎Outside of work

Embraced by nature, I revel in outdoor escapades—kayaking in serene canals, finding zen through yoga. Beyond the natural realm, I immerse myself in the rich tapestry of cinema, literature, and live music. Cooking becomes an art, and I champion the ethos of supporting local communities. Engaging in social activities, I contribute to creative workshops for adults with disabilities.

This diverse mix paints my worldview, drawing inspiration from daily encounters with a spectrum of perspectives. Key reads shaping my mindset include "Living in Complexity" by Don Norman, "Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men" by Caroline Criado-Perez, and "This is Service Design Thinking: Basics, Tools, Cases" by Marc Stickdorn and Jakob Schneider.