It makes complete sense to me why I love being a tinkerer and designer today.
I enjoyed watching my dad fixing his bike and me opening old radios, vacuum cleaners and electronics.
Thanks to my beautiful big school, I was an observant kid and I had no problem being alone, although I have made friends for life.
My interest in computers and graphic design, copywriting landed me opportunities to work with film directors, social activists, and startups.
In the pursuit of taking professional education in design, I studied from prestigious National Institute of Design, the brainchild of Charles Eames, grounded in the Bauhaus design philosophy.
Now I constantly derive satisfaction being a designer from the fact that I'm able to contribute to building products that enhance everyday experiences of numerous lives and deliver delight.
I spend most of my time on this, talking to users, sketching user flows, mapping user journies and designing wireframes/mockups. Testing and doing all over it again.
My favorite and I use it before starting to even think.
I can build basic web pages and tweak CSS to refine the output.
- Finalist and Young Scientist Award - National Children Science Congress 1999
- First Prize for Short Movie on HIV Awareness - AP Govt Health Department, 2006
- Top 50 Designs for Parking Space - Nissan, Designboom 2009
- $2500 Grant for "Rethink the Design" - GE Healthcare, Behance 2011