Senior Product Designer
I’m a Brazilian designer bridging the gap between Product Design and Software Development who’s worked in-house and remotely on tons of different projects creating digital experiences for over 10 years across a variety of industries.
Bachelor of Design Degree (2011 - 2014)
Universidade do Sagrado Coração (USC)
Portuguese: Native Speaker
English: Near Fluent
Spanish: Near Fluent
Product Design: Definition, research, user stories, use cases, flow charting, wireframing, prototyping, visual specification, asset creation, QA, and evaluation.
UI Patterns: Interactive design frameworks, interface patterns and dynamic content.
Design Tools: Figma, Invision, Photoshop, Balsamiq and Zeplin.
Product Designer (Sep 21 - Present)
I first joined the marketing team to improve the team's experience when pushing new content to the web pages, providing a CMS combined with a Storybook to list the available blocks to be used.
Then I transitioned to be the P.O of the billing and designOps teams, improving payment-related features and also the design system.
Product Designer (Jul 19 - Sep 21)
Led the end-to-end design process for the Rockford Fosgate dashboard.
Activities included the implementation of Lean UX processes and UI design.
Lead Designer (Nov 17 - Aug 21)
Crafted all their products, starting with the design system, a dashboard for event organizers, and mobile apps for participants.
Lead Web Designer (Aug 16 - Nov 17)
Led the design from the conception to delivery of several features of their legacy fintech platform in a modern Single Page Application for Chase.
UX / UI Designer (Aug 14 - Aug 16)
Worked from the conception to delivery of projects for multiple clients like H&R Block, Citrix, and General Electric.
UX / UI Designer (Jan 13 - Aug 14)
Worked from the conception to delivery of projects for their main client Scalable Path.
UX / UI Designer (Nov 11 - Jul 14)
Worked with a range of startups to kick-start their concepts and define a design language for their projects based on the eDirectory template.