Nathali Amaro

Graphic & Web Design

Product Designer
Miami International University of Art & Design

Nathali Amaro

[My education] taught me about design principles, color, layouts, and typography. I also learned how to code, which has been essential for my career. Nathali Amaro , Product Designer Bachelor of Fine Arts in Web Design & Interactive Media, 2014 , Miami International University of Art & Design
Product Designer, Creates Data-Driven User Experiences and Interfaces

Nathali Amaro is a product designer for Amaro in Miami, Florida. She designs and develops data-driven user experiences and interfaces. She says that her development work is focused on interface interactions and ensuring that clients can collect metrics on the interfaces.

Nathali enjoys working in a creative environment and adds that she’s experienced both creative teams and engineering teams. “Each is unique. Creative teams aren’t [necessarily] more creative than engineering teams. What differs is the final product. But ultimately, creativity is about problem solving and having different approaches to the same issues.”

She is focused on practicing her skills and growing in her profession. “There are times I have not particularly enjoyed certain jobs but I stayed at them because I knew they were allowing me to practice and learn. My commitment is to never stop learning—and to put my learning first.” The benefits of her dedication shine through when she sees her team deliver a strong product. “Every time I’m able to complete a project for a client and they are happy, it makes the hours of learning and practice worth it.”

Nathali continues to pursue bigger challenges, and has found that the more she learns, the more she discovers. “I’ve changed jobs a few times and I never have the same job title. I try to look for positions that I’m not fully comfortable and confident in—where I know I will have to learn a lot.”

Nathali, who in 2014 earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Web Design & Interactive Media from Miami International University of Art & Design, says that her education helped her to feel comfortable with industry-relevant software and tools including Adobe CC, Invision App, and rapid prototyping tools. “It taught me about design principles, color, layouts, and typography. I also learned how to code, which has been essential for my career—and markup languages, programming languages, and the basics of databases.”

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