Dachshund Design

locationMonterrey, N.L. México

Aldo Coronado

Experience User-Centered Designer for Innovative Products
Dachshund Design

About me

Hey there!

I'm not just your typical UX designer—I'm your ally in crafting experiences that resonate deeply with your audience. But before I delve into what I do, let's talk about why I do it.

Why I do what I do:

  • Empathy is my driving force: I believe that at the core of every successful design lies empathy.
  • Solving real problems: My passion lies in solving real-world problems.
  • Fostering connection: My goal is to facilitate meaningful connections between you and your audience. I want to bridge the gap between your brand and your users, fostering loyalty and trust along the way.

What I can do for you:

User Research & Analysis: By diving deep into understanding your users' behaviors and motivations.

Prototyping & Testing: Ensure that we're always moving in the right direction.

Intuitive Interface Design: From wireframes to pixels.

Continuous Improvement: I'll work alongside you to gather feedback.

My roles and specialties

Web Designer

UX Design, Digital Product Design, Mobile App Designer

What makes me so special, why me?

Personal Drive to Make a Difference:

Beyond my professional skills, what truly sets me apart is my personal drive to make a positive impact on people's lives. I am passionate about using design as a tool to solve real-world problems and enhance the human experience. This personal commitment to making a difference fuels my creativity and motivates me to go above and beyond in my work.

Who inspires you?

Steve Krug:

Steve Krug's book, "Don't Make Me Think," is a cornerstone in web usability. His practical approach to simplifying user interactions and conducting usability testing has provided invaluable insights into creating straightforward, effective designs.

And not only who, but what: Nature and Art

Nature and art can be profound sources of inspiration, offering unique perspectives on color, form, and composition. Taking breaks to explore natural environments or visiting art galleries can rejuvenate creativity.

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