Ignacio G. Rebollo, MDes(c)
UX Research & Design
Ignacio G. Rebollo is a visual communication and information designer, with expertise in the fields of User Experience & User Interface design (UX/UI), data visualization, design research, and graphic design. He specializes in the representation of complex information, ideas, and systems through a combination of infographics, diagrams, wireframes, interfaces, visual storytelling and illustrations.
Ignacio has worked with a diverse set of clients from the private and public sector and from multiple disciplines. He holds more than 6 years of experience in the field of information, visual design and user experience research and design. In addition to his work at the Dahdaleh Institute, Ignacio works with other international organizations such as UN-OCHA and KoBo Toolbox (part of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative), and has collaborated with institutions such as the Digital Humanitarian Network, the Digital Public Square (Munk School of Global Affairs), and Grand Challenges Canada. Originally from Spain, he has lived and worked in Belgium, Switzerland, United States, and Canada, where he currently resides.
Ignacio is a student at the Ontario College for Art and Design University in Toronto, Canada, where he is completing an MDes, Strategic Foresight and Innovation. He also holds an Honours Degree in Architecture & Design at the Instituto de Empresa University – School of Architecture & Design in Segovia, Spain.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting|
|Design, Infectious Disease|
Digital Response in Disaster & Emergency Management | Project, Research
COVID-19 Global Health & Humanitarianism Portal | Project, Research
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