Graduated in exact sciences, working in humanities/business and postgraduate studies in health. That makes sense? Follow the reasoning that I explain better!
Graduated in Information Systems, which brings the basis for the construction of any system. Some important knowledge I gained in IS: planning, interfacing in natural language, research and documentation. With all this, I got involved with User Experience and I work in the area looking to discover and rediscover people's routine, in order to create more assertive and cool digital products. After all, nothing better to put the user at the center of the experience than understanding this human being. And, to help me with this goal, the best path was to move on to Neuroscience and Applied Psychology, focusing on building studies focused on attentional resources in consumption behaviors and cognitive expenditure in the real journey of the mobile user.
All this with the purpose of being responsible for a Wow experience in people while worshiping the personal pillars of communication, assertiveness and positioning.
and a little who I am
UX goes far beyond
and the person who only talks about consistency
You read "roxinho" and know which application I'm talking about (or maybe just brazilians).
UX is a child and an elderly person who knows how to put their favorite video on YouTube.
UX is on the wide sidewalk of Paulista Avenue in Sao Paulo. In the Avengers theme song.
Do you notice these sensations? There is the UX. And I'm here to make more companies and businesses achieve this.