My name is Nagore Uriarte, I am from the Basque Country and I have more than 20 years of experience in Design. I started working in a printing company as a graphic technician internship in 2002 and in 2007 I moved to the digital design. I started working as a web designer from end to end in a marketing agency located in Bilbao in 2007. At that time I did one usability course and I discovered that building a website was more than display the content in the screen, you had to understand and analyse the users and how they interact with the product that your customer want to offer them. In the end, you have to understand the real clients.

In 2011 I had the opportunity to start working for some Irish companies doing projects for national and international brands. The iPhone was already born and I had the opportunity to work in some mobile UI/UX projects and to learn their guidelines (iOS and Android). After 4 years working for different Irish companies as a contractor, I started working in the Irish National Television Broadcast as a graphic and web designer in the UX/UI team for different internal projects (among others The Commemoration of 1916 Centenary, RTÉ Archives, RTÉ TV Section re-design) for almost 2 years.

Since last 4 years, I've been part of the UX Design team in The Irish Times IT Department in a Senior UX/UI Designer position.

During my work years, I worked doing projects for Vodafone UK, Fagor Automation, Bilbao City Council, Endemol, Opde, Basque Government, Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster, Mastercard and The Irish Times.