About me

I am Tag. A global citizen, lifelong learner and a free thinker.
I identify myself as a UX Designer (aka experience/interaction designer).

As a generalist, I would enjoy covering a little of every activity of the design process. This includes learning about the users (qualitative research), developing user centered research methods, analyzing and synthesizing data, setting design goals, managing design communication within the design team, generating ideas and running ideation sessions, low-fi prototyping, user/usability testing, soliciting design critiques and writing design reports and proposals.

As a specialist, I would choose to be a User Researcher. I am passionate about working closely with people, being immersed in developing empathy and understanding of users, defining a design problem from the user’s perspective, developing user methods and UX deliverables, testing and validating design solutions, and managing user advocacy within the design team.

I am mostly interested in projects that fall in the intersection of cross cultural design and social change.

3 thoughts on “About me

  1. Great to get to know about you, Tag. Saudi women really need people like you! I am an admirer of striving, independent, outstanding women (my mother and grandmother were two of them).
    I am a translator with over 12 years experience and lately I am also lecturing and writing. Intercultural communication seduces me; deep cultural differences pose a big challenge.
    So… if you ever need a helping hand from a native speaker of Spanish who works with German and English and likes different cultures, here I am.

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  2. Hi there! I’ll be blunt. I came to this site cause I noticed you and I had the same theme you had responded to the Daily Post’s prompt today (autonomy) just seconds before I had. I then discovered that you are writing on a topic that greatly interests me and for that, I wish to say, thank you.

    I look forward to seeing what the future will bring for you and your site!

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