UX, designer and frontend
I studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona (specialization in drawing), and I took one of the courses in Boston (USA), at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, working in analog and Digital Photography.
When I finished my degree, I worked collaborating on different projects as a freelancer, until I started working at El Periódico de Catalunya as a web page designer. During this period, he participated in the redesign and layout of numerous digital headers of Grupo Zeta.
Looking forward for new challenges, I started working at the prestigious editorial design studio Cases i Associats, always without leaving the digital field, and I participated in numerous editorial projects redesigns around the world. Depending on the project, I worked as a layout artist, designer, project manager or visual designer. It was intense and demanding work, but I learned a lot.
Finally, with the birth of my first daughter, I decide to take a break along the way to be able to study the Postgraduate course in design and project management for the Internet at the Elisava University School to be able to label/frame all my practical training.
In parallel, I founded my own editorial design studio. I’m focused in website design and the creation of large-scale editorial projects. I could work on all fields of a project, visual design, artistic direction, programming, frontend development, animations and microinteractions.
Currently, I combine my designer work teaching at the Elisava school in the subject of editorial design for the screen. I also participate as a member of the Elisava Alumni board and I am a Final Grades tutor.
I am applying for a part-time Ph.D. to try to answer the research question –“How does coding affect the design and definition of visual systems”–.