Hello! I'm a UX/UI Designer from Hamburg, Germany. I'm an adventure seeker – always looking for new challenges.
- Name: Teresa Albiez
- Age: 25
- Email: email@example.com
- Country: Germany
A creative mind and a drive to succeed.
Are you looking for an ambitious hands-on UX/UI designer to join your team? I’m always trying to create exciting digital experiences and have a good sense for beautiful design. I could be just the right pick for your company!
A great UX makes things easier...
I believe a great UX simplyfies everyday things and therefore our lives.
I’ve studied Conceptual Design (Medienkonzeption) and just finished writing my Bachelor’s thesis.
As part of my studies, I went to the U.S. to spend a semester abroad in beautiful North Carolina.
After high school, I went to Australia to travel and work as an Au Pair for a lovely family on the Gold Coast.
I graduated from a technical high school in 2013 (Abitur) with a focus on digital media design.
My passion is to create apps. It is my goal to design useful applications that simplify our lives.
I’ve worked on several websites in the past and know how to use CM systems and coding to create unique digital experiences.
A huge passion of mine is graphics design. I’m not good at drawing, so I use common design software like the Adobe Suite or Sketch for concepts and designs.
During internships, university, freelance work and my current job as a UX/UI designer, I’ve learned to work with common design software such as Sketch and the Adobe suite as well as CM systems. Since programming was also part of my studies, I have a basic knowledge of coding languages. Though I wouldn’t call myself a geek.
I’m always trying to find a creative solution for anything and everything. Also I’m a perfectionist…
I love working in teams where everyone brings their ideas to the table. That’s when the outcome is most creative.
During several teamwork projects, I have developed leadership skills and am not afraid to speak up and handle difficult situations.
I’m always looking to challenge myself and try to go beyond my comfort zone. I believe that’s how you learn the most.