I am a UX/UI designer, firmly believing that design should inspire and delight the user. That is why I have dedicated myself to developing meaningful design solutions that not only users will love, but will come back to time and time again.

For as long as I remember, I have known two things about myself: I love helping people solve problems, and I have affinity for the creative fields. During my college days, I even changed my major from the sciences, to architecture because I wanted creativity to be part of my life. But after I completed my university education, and through a series of events, I ended up as a defense contracts analyst.

Working as an analyst, I realized the significant shortfall with technology that put the process first before the people using it. Everyday, I heard my co-workers complain of the poor outdated design, the lack of relevant features, and I realized I can do something about it. After a lot of convincing, the higher-ups gave me a go ahead to redesign the software from grounds up.

I didn't know it at the time, but I had just completed my first UX project, and I knew right then, what I wanted to do the rest of my life :)