I have been an art enthusiast since I can remember and it drove me to study fine art in high school and college. Growing up and watching the world growing more into digital technologies, I too found my interests in the digital world and decided to become a graphic designer.
I always loved sketching my ideas on paper and making forms of digital art based on those ideas. Later, I realized that I can help people by creating designs that are aligned with their needs and this was when I became familiar with the UX world.
I am a passionate product designer who loves to empathize, interact, solve, communicate, and create things that do not exist. My background in fine art and graphic design helps me curate products that are not only functional, also visually appealing to users. For me, the best part of being a user experience designer is that I start my work from user needs, iterate based on user feedback, and finalize based on user satisfaction. User-centered designs I create, provide me the opportunity to learn about people and their stories, to live with them, and to create new stories for them.
Helping people and making them happy has been a major passion for me for years and as an artist, it is not always easy to do that. However, as a product designer, I can make that happen; I can produce an app that is attractive to kids to learn about finance, I have the opportunity to make online shopping easier for grandmothers and grandfathers, or I can form a friendly digital platform that makes web surfing easy for people with special needs. All I need to do is to listen to people’s stories.