User experience.

Human centred approach is very prominent in the Scandinavian design school and it has shaped me as a designer. Alongside my Interaction Design education, I’ve been improving my UX skills through industry work and online courses.

User experience.

Human centred approach is very prominent in the Scandinavian design school and it has shaped me as a designer. Alongside my Interaction Design education, I’ve been improving my UX skills through industry work and online courses.

UX methods.

I have experience with a wide range of UX methods and deliverables such as personas, sitemaps, user stories, storyboards, user journeys, flowcharts, mood boards or wireframes (the example comes from mobile first web proposal for watch brand Hublot). Every project is different, so I like to mix, match and experiment with the methods - before I developed wireframes for Hublot I created a timeline wall that combined bits of user stories, content strategy and customer journey.

Huge School.

I have been one of the three lucky people to participate in Huge School in London, accelerated apprenticeship program in UX. We had learned about Huge design process through all stages: user research, stakeholders interviews, heuristic review, competitive analysis, strategic vision formation, concepting, design and validation. We worked on individual mini tasks, our own group projects and helped out with current clients such as Hublot, Jo Malone or Thomson Reuters.

Participatory design.

During my Master’s at Malmö University, a lot of focus was put on participatory design techniques. We learned how to employ co-design and service design to solve problems while involving people. My biggest learning experience came from a ten-week-long project on archival practices with refugees in Sweden. It thought me not only how to organise engaging co-design workshops, but also how to work with vulnerable groups and how to deal with barriers in the design process (such as language barrier in user research).