I like to keep things simple, which is why my process is straightforward, transparent, and customer-centric. I prefer to spend energy by creating meaningful user experiences that translate into the things that matter.
Experiences shape people, and I've been fortunate enough to have spent the last third of my life designing and building websites.
In consequence, I've adopted a simple mindset to solving problems: ask as many questions as possible to delve beyond the surface and understand the underlying problem. By doing this, you craft a scalable solution that addresses the problem at its core.
In mathematics and science we are able to solve our problems as we create them. But in design, things are not so simple. Not all questions have an answer. It is my objective to collaborate with captivating people and find honest solutions to problems worth solving. One way to do this is by creating meaningful, online experiences.