Working laser focused on customer needs my teams and me were able to create unique experiences that delight both users and clients.
In the last years I helped our clients bringing websites to live, creating apps that improved the way people deal with their work and brought connected experiences to markets that were not yet familiar with an agile mind set and customer centricity.
Starting my professional career in the web development I soon realized that not only creating well-crafted websites was a topic I was very fond of, but also that managing the projects was what I really was good at.
So, I became a project manager. I learned the craft by getting out of my comfort zone, reading, taking courses, doing and, to be honest, by failing and learning from mistakes.
On this journey I developed skills that are necessary to initiate, plan, execute and successfully close projects of multiple scales, from two-day projects, to Design Sprints, up to a year-long projects.
The stuff I know and work with: Lean UX, Design Thinking, Design Sprints, Lean startup method, UX Labs MVPs, Agile, Kanban, Scrum, quantitative and qualitative Research, Facilitation, Retrospectives, Story Points, Jira, Confluence, Notion, Asana, Trello, Slack, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, Pages/Numbers/Keynote, Mural, Miro, Figma, Sketch, Adobe Cloud and many more.
In the beginning of every successful project there is good planning. Well Detailed requirements engineering helps to set the right scope for quality, time, and budget.
No matter if the project is more driven by design or technology, the right team setup and the best framework is key to execute it in the right way.
No matter how good your effort is, nothing beats a controlling that can identify potential problems before they become a blocker for the project.