I used to draw the floor plan of every house I moved to when I was a kid and that turned into a desire to study architecture and urban planning when I was a teenager. Later on, the Internet came, so I started to decode websites' source codes, trying to figure out how things worked. A couple of years later I found out about a Graphic Design school (it was named "Industrial Drawing" at the time) and soon got my first web design internship.
I love working with digital products, user experience, software development and open source technology.
iPad Pro with Apple Pencil changed my life.
I recently discovered that it's more clever to use your credit card, rather than your debit card, for all your life spendings. You can save and invest your money while you wait for your next invoice to come and be paid, so there's always some yield being earned.
Chatting with people, wandering around cities and experiencing creativity, art, cinema, music.
My last experiences made me more financially educated.
That it's not about aesthetics or personal taste.
Probably an architect or interior designer, or maybe a developer or musician.
Normally it's filled with screenshots that I take from everything.
I like cosmopolitan cities like New York City and São Paulo because they are multicultural and there's always something interesting and new to do.
Command-W. I just can't deal with too many windows and tabs… my computer RAM also thanks me.
Liquid Modernity by sociologist Zygmunt Bauman. I would recommend it to everyone working with technology and user experience design these days.
Coffee is enough.
My cat. She likes to sleep over my head.