Since 2013 I’ve been working at The UX Department as a UX Architect. My job description includes User research, IxD, IA, User Testing, Project Management and QA. I also do Visual Design on my passion projects.
In my spare time I study french (currently at level A2). I read, especially about UX (find some recommendations at my blog). I like to paint, do yoga, roller skate, travel & dedicate some time to passion projects.
Data compilation Proto-personas/Personas Remote observation User interviews Remote contextual inquiry Competitive branding research Positioning statement Design brief Benchmark analysis
Idea board/Mood board Information architecture Interaction design Visual design Prototyping Style guide Development support
Screening Test plan Study brief Card sorting Lostness metric Usability testing Report findings
“Dear Agustina, Thank you so much for all of your hard work on Globespinning. We realize you are the mastermind on figuring out how to make Globespinning work. You are so talented! We miss talking to you every morning. Thanks again! Hugs & happy globespinning!”
“Working with the UX Department was like working with an extension of my own team. Agustina, the lead UX Designer for the Level project, went out of her way to make sure we were always on the same page. The team seamlessly managed large changes midway through the project and worked around a multitude of potential road blocks. The UX Department played a major role in the success of our pilot test.”
Design & Innovation | The Shop at VSP Global
“Very happy to have worked with Agustina; she is friendly, knowledgeable, happy to help, quick to respond, enthusiastic about the project and able to explain things in an easy to understand way. Top marks.”
Researcher at ATT Monitor | Control Arms project
“Agustina was very helpful and responsive. I really appreciate the time she took to teach me how to use the platform the team designed and answer my questions.”
Corporate Sales Coordinator
“Your analytical approach, attention to detail and strong work ethic are refreshing and I hope we get the opportunity to work again soon.”