Brave enough to go big

While I was in university, I began to doubt my choice of studying software development. I've always enjoyed talking and working with people, which didn't seem to align. This uncertainty led me to explore product management. After a year, I realized I wanted to contribute more directly to building products.

Upon entering the industry, I discovered that design demands a diverse skill set – from collaboration and understanding user behavior to technical proficiency. This was an opportunity to blend my existing knowledge with new learning. The excitement of this journey motivated me to dive deeper into UX/UI Design. As time has passed, my enthusiasm remains strong in using my skills to positively impact people's lives. Let's create something incredible together! 💛

Apart from design, I also like:

📚 reading non-fiction
📸 taking photos of architecture and my friends
💃🏻 dancing (sometimes)
💄 collecting skincare and makeup
🎤 recording my small podcast Midnight talks
🖼 attending art galleries, museums or educational business events
🤝🏻 networking and meeting new people

Current Favorites



  1. "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future" – Ashlee Vance (literally motivates you to get up and work)
  2. "The Love Hypothesis" – Ali Hazelwood (The Grumpy/Sunshine Trope)
  3. "Never Split the Difference" – Chris Voss (phenomenal book on the art of negotiation)


  1. My First Million (great interviews with founders in Tech, love the hosts and their stories)
  2. On Purpose with Jay Shetty (motivational interview format. P.S. I love his wife Radhi's content as well)
  3. School of Greatness Podcast (recently listened to the interview with Alex Hormozi, I love it)


  1. "The Long Ballad" (2021) (smart main leads with their own belief, but common values)
  2. "Vincenzo" (2021) (CGI is so good there, I love the style and idea)
  3. "The Princess and the Frog" (2009) (girl comes all the way to achieve her dream)


  1. The Futur (Chris talks about design, business and marketing yourself)
  2. Ali Abdaal (Ali shares his experience and teaches a lot of good stuff)
  3. TedEd (their top-tier riddles and awesome animation makes videos very entertaining)