Who am I
Hi I'm Valeria,
Expert Designer & UX evangelist
Current position - Freelancer ( Jan 2011 – Present ) // Israel
It's nice that you stopped by
Ever since I can remember, I've always loved art and creating new things. It started back in high school- I have been studying fashion design for 4 years, when I realized that creating is my passion. That realization had lead me to study web design and later UX design and since then I'm always learning new skills (The newest skill being interaction design).
When it comes to design, my motto is Pixel Perfect and I always try to be at the front of the UX design trends. When I approach a project I give my whole and beyond, conceptually and creatively.
You can find me on social media:
Or just call: +972-549481114
- PS & AI
- After Effect
- knowledge of Html & Css (basic/ enough to persuade developers)
And many more
As a Freelance Ux designer
I work with large web development companies improving and creating innovative user experience. Creating new concepts, wireframes & researching different websites, mobile web & apps is part of my daily routine.
Many, many years ago ...
4 years ago I was a UX/UI Expert at Tyco. I worked on complicated web portals and websites, mobile apps and mobile web and was the art director for the small business digital design department.
As part of my job I created concepts and dealt with user interface design and also had the responsibility of the customer process and workflows.
Before working at Tyco, I worked as a web designer at Pionet Technologies for 3 years. As part of my job at Pionet Technologies, I designed websites and large portals for leading Israeli companies with focus on innovation and precision.
A large part of my work at Pionet Technologies was designing mobile websites and applications and finding creative solutions for existing design problems on live websites.
8 years ago, after I graduated with honors at John Bryce - Mediatech High-Tech (The Training Division of Matrix Company) they wanted me to work for them and offered me a job.
As a web designer at John Bryce, I worked on designing all of the marketing material for the training centers, dealing with tight deadlines, and under great pressure - but it was all worth it, wasn't it?