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#Infinitepeople david, the futurist – UX/UI engineer

#Infinitepeople david, the futurist – UX/UI engineer

We challenged the Infinite Family to tell us their story, once again we meet a hero. This is what he told us:

Greetings from Madrid, and thanks to Infinitebook for this little interview. My name is David J. Cabezas, I am 37 years old and I am a UX / UI Engineer and I work as a Service & Product Designer, designing and developing digital solutions based on new technologies (Robotic Development, Artificial Intelligence, X Reality, Machine Learning … etc).

The world of tomorrow is built on the technology we begin to imagine today. I guess that’s why the term “Futuristic” is beginning to refer to professions like mine. If, like me, you are a big fan of science fiction, it will sound great to you ☺.

How did you hear about Infinitebook?

I was with a client looking at some posts on Instagram, and at that moment your advertising popped. I told my client how good the Infinitebook seemed to me, and my client said: don’t talk anymore, tell me which one you like and I’ll give it to you.

What was your first Infinitebook?

I chose the Infinitebook A5 Makers (To-Do) because I love the colour black and my client gave me the entire Starter Kit.

You couldn’t hold back and bought more?

The truth is that it is such a good product that I haven’t needed another one. For now, it holds up well, and I use it daily (I do a lot of explaining by drawing).

What did you think of the experience and how has it evolved?

Very good experience. The first time I took it out at a meeting, everyone asked me where I had bought it, and there were already a few colleagues in the office with Infinitebooks ;).

I started using it in meetings, to take notes and maybe make a quick prototype, but in a very short time, it had already become one important tool of my daily work.

How and for what purpose do you use the Infinitebook?

I use it for practically everything. I make wireframes, logical flows, research lists … I don’t start any project without using it. I use different colours (Staedtler Lumocolor markers work great) depending on the project I’m outlining, and when I finally have a clear sketch, I take a photo of it and save it so I don’t have to worry about erasing something.

Do you have any advice for anyone reading?

I think it is very important to design with your hands. Drawing what is being explained not only helps others understand it better by visualizing it, but also helps us find other ways of thinking. Drawing a quick prototype on paper has little cost, yet it is a very effective way to find misconceptions, possible improvements or new solutions. The advantage of Infinitebook is that it is useful for everything. You no longer need lots of notebooks for everything, you just write, save and erase.

Final thoughts?

Congratulations to Infinitebook for turning a simple idea into such a cool product ☺. I hope you continue to grow in the future.

Thank you very much!”

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