I am a multidisciplinary designer, researcher and photographer with 7 years of experience in the design industry. I spent the last 5 years to create digital experiences with a deep human focus. Simultaneously doing researches on food deserts, urban farming and design solutions and environmental entrepreneurship.
I spent the last 5 years to create digital experiences with a deep human focus while observing and understanding the needs and behavior of individuals and businesses in today's fast-paced design and technology world.
During my experience, I had chance to design and conduct user research and interfaces, including the analysis and implementation of the full scale websites for desktop browser and mobile devices. With the aim of creating engaging and detailed interfaces, I collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to improve the visual design, UX and design workflow in a systematic approach.
For some projects, I like to set new standards and experiment with design solutions. I believe, the design is about experimentations, trials, and errors.
◼︎ Human-Centered Design
In order to design experiences, I observe and develop empathy with people who will use or benefit from that service or product. While the world today is transforming quickly in technological hubris there is one thing that stands still which is that humans have emotions, needs, motivations and drivers of behaviors. I like to create as many ideas possible during the design process while I keep questioning the users and put them in the center of any design process.
◼︎ Systemic Approach
In the production phase of any product, I would like to create a working design system that connects each element, concepts or patterns together. I had the chance to create components for complex libraries which are also connected to a larger ecosystem. This method keeps the design process consistent as well as improves designs with iterations.
◼︎ Thoughtful Design
Design is about experimenting and trying out concepts and ideas after or before determining the function in relation to the project you are working on. As designers, we are able to envision different solutions to problems in different stages of a project. My method is basically envisioning the possible scenarios both aesthetically and functionally. Typographic decisions have always been the first priority of any project and I give special importance to it. Combining typography with the rest of the content is the key to aesthetics and usability.
I maintain researches on the fields of sustainable development, heritage, environmental entrepreneurship, geopolitics, geodesign and much more correlativelty to my motivation for extending my knowledge and enthusiasm to tackle with emerging real world problems with adapting design and technology to solve problems.
Currently doing researches on the food desert and it's effects in urban areas . "A food desert is an area that has limited access to affordable and nutritious food, in contrast with an arae with higher access to supermarkets or vegetable shops with fresh good, which is called a food oasis. The designation considers the type and quality of food available to the population, in addition to the accessibility of the food through the size and proximity of the food stores
In 2010, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that 23.5 million Americans live in "food deserts", meaning that they live more than one mile from a supermarket in urban or suburban areas, and more than 10 miles from a supermarket in rural areas." Source: WikipediCurrently doing researches on the food desert and it's effects in urban areas . "A food desert is an area that has limited access to affordable and nutritious food, in contrast with an arae with higher access to supermarkets or vegetable shops with fresh good, which is called a food oasis. The designation considers the type and quality of food available to the population, in addition to the accessibility of the food through the size and proximity of the food stores.