Nahuel del Valle
Visual designer in Barcelona, España
Learning by doing.
Design systems, grids, typography, copywriting—the web is an endless medium of opportunity and creativity of which I’ve only scratched the surface.
⬛️ Visual designer at basement.studio
As a Visual 🎨 Designer at Basement Studio 🏴, my responsibilities encompassed working on design projects across a range of platforms including web, mobile, and social media. My role involved collaboration with a multidisciplinary team made up of creatives, developers, and strategists, with the common goal of creating captivating and effective visual content. Utilizing user feedback, I continually refined our designs to focus on user-centric outcomes. My purview also included providing assistance throughout the entire design process, from initial concept to final delivery. An integral part of my role is managing numerous concurrent projects, with a consistently strong emphasis on maintaining attention to detail under tight deadlines.
As a UX/UI Designer at Flixxo, I contributed to advancing their product design. I took the lead in crafting the entire design system of the product, ensuring consistency and usability across the platform. Collaborating effectively with the Flixxo team, my role involved brainstorming, prototyping, and implementing design solutions that enhanced the user experience and interface of the platform.
Banco Hipotecario is one of the largest banks in Argentina. There, I led the design of critical features that enabled our users to operate mutual funds, as well as to buy and sell shares more easily. I worked closely with PO, PS, developers, data scientists, and CX.
weDevelop is a software factory where I have been involved in different projects, handling all stages of visual design, from wireframes to prototypes. My responsibilities included creating storyboards, conducting user flows and interviews, administering AB testing, fostering customer development, and applying lean UX methodologies.
We shared the space with head of product and head of engineering of taringa where we talked about the future of UX on the web3 and we proposed "Speaking the same language" as a tool to break the barriers to entry on the new web.