who am I?
I was born on the east side of Iran. My father was a painter, my mom a teacher and this way I grew up with the smell of colors and Persian poets. Gradually as I was getting more mature and experienced in painting and art, found that I have a keen interest in car design as my father and I chose the industrial design for my bachelor period in the Art University of Esfahan. Meanwhile, I was working in different boundaries of design and the other edges of my professional interests in design shaped gradually. I’m continuing working on those fields now (different parts of my portfolio).
I have studied product design for the master period in Sapienza University in Rome with the scientific focus on intelligent product system and smart gadgets design.
As a designer, I wish to make the world a more beautiful and accessible place to live, for everybody.
My Soft-skills Analysis
Hiring managers typically look for job candidates with both specific hard skills and soft skills. Hard skills are job-specific skills and knowledge you need to perform a job. But what are soft skills and how do they differ from hard skills? Hard skills are skills you can gain through education, training programs, certifications, and on-the-job training. These are typically quantifiable skills that can be easily defined and evaluated. For example, a hard skill for an IT professional might be computer programming, while a hard skill for a carpenter might be a knowledge of wood framing. Soft skills, on the other hand, are interpersonal (people) skills. These are much harder to define and evaluate. While hard skills are job-specific, most employers are looking for similar soft skills in their job candidates. Soft skills include communication skills, listening skills, and empathy, among other.