It’s been a while since I wrote a blogpost for this blog. I have been working for the ISC for a year now, and a lot has changed since I started..
In October 2013 I started as a java developer and worked as a programmer, administrator and project management officer. But starting from July 2014 I work as an UX designer on a project for different clients. For this project I’m creating user journeys, animation movies, but the most important and fun part of this project is designing mobile apps. As an UX designer I create designs for the end user in a really awesome team. The team consists of two developers, a team lead/designer and me. To keep myself busy next to my project I joined the communication committee, part of my job in this committee. Part of my job is to create different internal and external graphics. In December 2013 we introduced the Insider, a magazine for ISC employees. This magazine will be issued four times a year to give insight in what’s happening at the office. Tips for the job, lunch diner and drinks suggestions (1), city/work trips from colleagues (2) and other fun articles can be found in here.
Because of my new (3) job role I attended to the IBM design camp in May. Four colleagues that also joined the training wrote reviews about the design camp for the Insider. You can read the reviews below to get an idea of what we have been doing this year and to see another side (4) of IBM.
1. (a lot of colleagues are staying in different city’s every now and then, thanks to this topic you never have to eat pizza in your hotel room again.)
2. (because, we do travel the world for our job and let’s be honest, what is cooler than seeing the world while your boss is paying for you tickets and hotel)
3. (well I already was a designer but I quitted for a while, because sometimes you need to develop yourself in different area’s right?)
4. (other than.. die hard programming languages, java, software, code and yeah.. coding again)