I'm a visual designer who fell into user interfaces. And then stumbled into user interaction design.
I get your idea on paper.
To do this well, I think that the key is to listen. To take tiny steps that are shared early, and often. When the path takes a turn, it's part of the adventure.
Do you need a logo or icons for your adventure?
A bit, or lot, about me
As a kid I liked to draw, and explore why B was better than A or C.
As a teenager I discovered computers. I studied electronics and IT. Along the way I picked up a drawing tablet, this was the best thing ever! Being a curious soul, I had to learn visual design. So I studied that, and game design.
I started a game development studio with good friends from the university. We didn't publish any game. It was a fun ride!
Skip years ahead and I've worked in IT, and visual, motion, and web design for clients in recruitment advertising.
Today I design user interfaces and patterns (or interactions) for services in healthcare. I enjoy working inside a cross disciplinary product team with short distances.
Oh, and I run my own design studio where I design icons and logos. It's coincidentally the website you're reading now.
I live with my flock of four humans and three cats in Norway.