Jordi Sánchez is an Information Systems Engineer who tries to develop his work in the border areas between human and computers, and between research and real projects. Currently he works at the Institute of Computer Technology (ITI) in Valencia, Spain, as a Project Leader on projects related to software usability and accessibility. He is also working on his HCI master's thesis about User-Centered Design. He occasionally writes on his personal web page, and he's also on Twitter @jordisan.
In his ordinary work, he manages and performs usability and UX projects; he develops and documents heuristic usability evaluations and accessibility evaluations; he prepares, runs and analyzes usability tests with users; he designs and reviews interface prototypes; he discovers and specifies user needs by mean of documents like use cases and "personas"; he works together with development teams to incorporate User-Centered Design techniques; he delivers courses and educational activities; ...