UX stands for User Experience. It’s all about users’ feelings and emotions when interacting with a company, its services and its products.
UX design is a User Centric approach to building products that generate positive feelings, and positive emotions. As they reliably deliver the functionality that users expect from them in a pleasant and convenient way.
UI stands for User Interface. It's all about the user interaction experience of a website or application.
Frontend development consists of implementing the UI. We are responsible for translating the designs and functionality provided by the UX and UI designers into working code.
Our goal is making things: visually appealing, user-friendly, performant and fun to use.
I have been developing and designing software since back in the 80's. Yes, more than 30 years! That's a huge amount of experience, isn’t it? I've seen things you people wouldn't believe... but that’s another story...
Video games, websites, e-commerce, mobile apps, web apps, SaaS products… I've helped multiple companies, from startups to corporations release many successful digital products. I've even founded a few companies myself.
Over the years I've done this both as a full-time employee, and as an independent consultant. Usually engaging relationships that last for several years.
Frontend development and UX design are deeply related, and heavily dependent on one another. Being able to fully understand the possibilities and constraints of both disciplines is a great advantage that I bring to any development team.
I am a native Spanish, but I have been working in international teams where the main language is English since 2016. I'm fully proficient in that language, both spoken and written.
I'm experienced in fully remote work integrated in distributed teams since 2014. I'm an independent and commited worker that can take ownership of the things I work on.
I'm based in Madrid. I'm open to on-site, hybrid or remote work.
I love designing and implementing intuitive and performant digital products based on data-informed decisions.
Do you need a UX designer that speaks your dev team’s language?
Do you need a Senior Frontend who seamlessly communicates with your designers?
Do you need both a design system in Figma, and a library of reusable components in React?