1st of March marks my first 3 months as a Senior Manager User eXperience at Vorwerk International. I jumped into this new role for the company that has been delivering top-notch devices for more than 130 years, and in the last 60 years, the best-in-class kitchen robots and vacuum cleaners. In 3 months, I have started to figure out how to deliver successful experiences related to two of the key tasks for many of us: feed our beloved ones with delicious and healthy food and make the environment where we live healthy and clean.
After three years, I’ve decided to leave Avaloq. The most important lesson I learnt from this experience is, if you want to build trust among your co-workers and managers, you should start by demystifying the design process itself.
Dopo tre anni ho deciso di lasciare Avaloq. La cosa più importante che ho imparato da questa esperienza e’ che, come progettista, se vuoi costruire un rapporto di fiducia con i tuoi colleghi e con i tuoi manager devi demistificare il processo di progettazione.
A UX Designer joining a “Front-End” conference is like a motorbike rider joining a gathering of bike riders. Both the motorcyclist and the cyclist wish to drive a handy and fancy vehicle which is also safe during the bends and stable when braking. What I bring home from the front-end conference in 2016 in Zurich is a strong feeling that developers, designers, project managers and unicorns chase each other in order to design and implement a smooth and frictionless user experience.