Experience in implementing design research that uncovers problems, their variables and interdependencies. Moreover, I know how to combine qualitative, quantitative methods and sampling strategies to ensure the legitimacy of the research. Concerning synthesis, I am able to use a range of visualisation skills to present research insights comprehensively.
I have experience combining multiple creative techniques and setting environments that foster creativity and enables ideation in various directions. I am also a supporter of co-design approaches that give more voice and space for people to be part of the solutions.
I have the capability of creating tangible artifacts (through the use of low and high fidelity prototypes) that engage physically and emotionally and have the potential in bringing stakeholders (citizens, policy-makers, legislators, social group leaders) to a fruitful discussion.
I am always pushing myself to craft the art of communicating an idea/vision/problem. Most important, I enjoy enjoy finding ways to connect with the audience by paying attetion to every aspect of the narrative.
An adoptive family identity starts by creating a sense of belonging, the child learns to belong to the family, and the family members learn to belong to the child. On Sense of Belonging Sessions, Simone Uriartt from Adoção Tardia (Older Child Adoption Project) speaks to families that have adopted, child development experts and professionals from the child protection system. Let’s take a moment to listen to other families stories and reflect on what means being an adoptive parent and how you can help your children build their identity.
"Let the world change you and you can change the world." Ernesto Che
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