I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where I completed a five-year BA(Hons) in Graphic Design at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA, FADU). When I finished my undergraduate studies, I moved to Barcelona to complete a postgraduate degree in Editorial Techniques and a masters of Advanced Studies degree (DEA diploma/MPhil) in Information Design both at the University of Barcelona. Years later, my passion for complex diagrams and information design took me to London to complete my PhD at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. For my commitment to professionalism in teaching and learning in higher education, I have been recognised as a Fellow member of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in the UK.
In August 2009, I started this blog initially as an interactive platform to share the progress of my PhD research and thoughts about information design. Since then, this space has increasingly encouraged the participation of many professionals, students and academics to share their points of view, theories, comments, suggestions, and proposals related to information design, design research, and design education.
In 2014, I moved to the New York area in the US. Since then I have been tackling new challenges and expanding my design expertise. I have created new courses and am contributing to the development of programmes that bring design education to non-design universities, including Princeton University, Rutgers University and Parsons School of Design. As part of this path, I have taught different forms of design including information design, interaction design, information visualization and design thinking. I also teach design and creativity workshops to professionals and educators from various industries.