I described myself as an information designer with a unique set of skills that I have gained during my 20-year career from working in transdisciplinary projects. I have a deep interest in design education and creative problem-solving. Throughout my career, I have been involved in: Teaching, Research and Practice.
I am currently a professional specialist and lecturer at Princeton University, teaching information design, design research, design thinking and creativity, and partner at Sense Information Design LLC with Michael Babwahsingh. At Sense Information Design, I work on a range of projects, using information design tools and approaches to lead transdisciplinary collaboration and conducting human-centered research studies to inform the development of design interventions. I’m also on the Executive Board of the International Institute for Information Design (IIID), and the co-organizer of the Information Design NYC Meet-up Group.
Originally from Argentina where I completed a BA(Hons) in Graphic Design at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA, FADU), I have taught in several institutions with diverse learning communities (Goldsmith University, Rutgers University, Parsons School of Design, Princeton University), conducted cross-disciplinary academic research in renowned centers (University College London Interaction Center), and worked for numerous organizations in four different countries (U.S., UK, Spain, Argentina).
When I finished my undergraduate studies, I moved to Barcelona to complete a postgraduate degree in Editorial Techniques and an MPhil in Information Design both at the University of Barcelona. My passion for understanding how information designers think took me to London to complete a PhD at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. In 2014, I moved to the New York area in the US.
In August 2009, I started a research blog initially as an interactive platform to share the progress of my PhD work and thoughts about information design. Since then, with more than 200 posts, my blog has increasingly encouraged the participation of many professionals, students and academics to share their points of view, theories, comments, suggestions, and proposals related to information design, design research, creativity and design education.