As a transition between Architecture and Interaction Design, I have done a year long program in Communication Design that covered theory of communication and real-world challenges. One of the hardest projects I worked on was Corporate Identity for an NGO dealing with autism spectrum. In a team we proposed a re-branding based on positivity and inclusion, corporate communication texts and patchworked visual identity.
During years of being active in Board of European Students of Technology, I have learned how to collaborate in multicultural groups. We worked on over a dozen projects in four countries, and attended trainings in project management, team building, facilitation, and feedback. Now I collaborate for private projects - like a social initiative I started with my friend Wiktor, that engaged art galleries, newspapers and locals from the most troublesome neighbourhood in Wroclaw.
If you meet me, you will see (or rather hear) that I am quite a talker. Maybe that is why I like giving presentations and a crowd (or couple of important stakeholders) do not scare me. Publicly you could hear me talk about my projects at SIDeR or CHI.
Even though I am not a native speaker, by some bizarre set of circumstances I have earned money by writing - as a Digital Ambassador for Swedish Institute, and teaching assistant for academic writing at Malmö University. So far I published a few articles on design research, and I even had a shot at UX writing during one of my projects at Huge.