applying Strategic Systems to Turn Ideas into Growth
Currently based in Chaykovskiy, Russia / Miami, Florida / Boulder, Colorado.
Alex is a User Experience (UX) and Product strategy consultant with experience leading a variety of complex projects in B2B, and B2C organizations. He also has a background in product management and User Interface design (UI). He’s experienced partnering with dispersed teams for organizations ranging from pre-funding SaaS startups to large Fortune 500 organizations.
During his almost 10 years in business, Alex has developed and delivered strategies & design Fortune 500 companies (Johnson&Johnson, Compeed, PayPal), Bay Area companies, top US digital design agencies (Fantasy) and helped startups on the early stages of seeding.
Studied ‘Disruptive Strategy’ at Harvard Business School
Studied Business Design at IDEO
Member of 2017 Jury panel at CSS Design awards.
Mentor at DesignLab, the top education platform for UX designers in the US (2017-2018)
Active member of the Design Management Institute (Boston, MA)
I always emphasize long-term collaboration over quick fixes.
Unlike other agencies, you work directly with me instead of with junior employees who’ll bill you hundreds of dollars per hour to learn on the job.
I also enjoy working with clients who are ready to embrace bold ideas and are looking for a radically new way of thinking.
Read my manifesto.
Latest UX/Strategy thoughts
"One of the main reasons people have a hard time understanding the value is because they are being bombarded with f… https://t.co/DtgKZbImx6
Software UX tip: Don’t let perfect get in the way of possible. Don’t spend too much time polishing your product but… https://t.co/qhm1Gh8YHt
In data-heavy applications we’ve got all the stuff that needs to be surfaced in some way. It’s a challenge to chop… https://t.co/msQFPeRJuY
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COMPLIMENTARY EXPERT UX REVIEW OF YOUR SAAS PRODUCT
We’ll identify usability flaws that inhibit your customer experience. I’ll show you how to fix them and why these issues came out in the first place.