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A few things  companies and recruiters
normally ask me:

What is your work discipline?

I aim for results. Always. I work hands on with your team and integrate into their workflow to create, polish and iterate your company's products and services. We need to care more about the outcome vs the time I spend sit in front of the computer.

What is your design process?

First and foremost, I need to understand your business and objectives. By partnering with product teams, typically the experience ideation comes next involving competitive analisis, users' flows and wireframing. When we have a clear path to take, the whole interface is designed along with style guides and I share specs for devs to implement. There have been times where I have helped with documentation to help the engineering team understand and follow the approach of each process and design.

What is your location & timezone?

Generally speaking I can work with any timezone in the world. I am based in Bogotá, Colombia so I can overlap most of my day with EST, CT and PST. As far as Europe, Asia and Australia, we need to find the best way to collaborate and sync aiming for results.

How often can we communicate?

As often as we see fit. I am always available over Slack or your team's tool of choice. However, unceasing meetings won't make the work any better or faster, I strongly believe and appreciate autonomy and love working with people that give me space and freedom to work and actually take some time to come up with solutions for the design challenges we are facing.

What software do you use?

I have been using Adobe XD and Figma for most of my projects. I have also work with Miro and Whimsicall for exploration and ideation processes.

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