I am Strategic Design Consultant at the Design & Co-Innovation Center - SAP, where I promote, through storytelling and games, empathy and engagement in co-creation experiences of new digital products and services for business.
I am also co-founder of the first brazilian crowdlearning platform - ww.nos.vc. A service that has promoted inspiring meetings and non-schooled education since 2011.
I have experience on designing games, services, films, events and digital products in the fields of education and healthcare. I have graduated in Service and Interface Design from the Köln International School of Design and HPI School of Design Thinking.
Areas of Expertise
education, Sustainable Design at all scales, Documentary Filmmaking, UX Design
An idea worth spreading
There are two quotes that motivate me and make move forward: "A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." (Margareth Mead) and "For these new ideas we need people that work with their hands" (Bertolt Brecht).
I'm passionate about
I am passionate about build things: I am really project enthusiastic. New concepts of organization, mobilization and cleaver ways to share and spread ideas and knowledge
Talk to me about
New projects and ideas to improve the education and motivate people to engage themselves in what they believe.
People don't know I'm good at
... luckily find out solutions to solve problems; talking abut any subject without even know the topic; orienting projects that I am not specialized; teaching what I've just learned.
My TED story
I discovered TED when I was looking for content for my graduating project: Environmental E-learning for capacitate a ONG members. TED has became the benchmark of my research. Some talks has make me discover thoughts and people that I could never know without TED. When I have became professor, I started to translate the TED Talks to use at my classes, even before the TED Translators were available. Nowadays, TED is my main way to reflect about my ideas and to introduce people (students) to a new world of ideas and possibilities.