Working as a product designer means I usually have to hustle and get a lot done in a day. Between working directly on the iOS and Android apps, I code up all of the web pages, Firefox and Kik apps. I get to learn from a combined experience between working on code and designing for various platforms, mobile and desktop.
Flexing those ui/ux muscles while leading the product. I base my decisions on data gathered from the app, this includes how users are using the app, where they are falling off and what they are intent on doing. This process allows me to be analytical as well as challenge myself with newer approaches.
Worked on creating a Facebook app which rewards users with points based on their interactions on fan pages. Worked directly with the product manager and the team to create a seamless desktop and mobile experience.
Setting a visual identity for CUTC, branding and designing a majority of materials including mobile app, web pages, print and any other visual media.
Working as a user interface and user experience designer on various projects for mobile as well as desktop applications.
Ah yes, the young exploratory age. I couldn't really figure out what I wanted to do, so I started designing posters, apps, websites, basically anything I could get my hands on. I used to be terrible at it, over time and many un-paid hours later I took the leap into what I do best: UI/UX.