International UX talents join Internet Architects team

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We are pleased to announce that Djimmy Alexandre and Manuel Coutinho joined our team last month. Our new colleagues will support our continuous growth, and help our clients meet their digital challenges in the coming years. Both men are experts in their field and have proven their worth in international environments before choosing Internet Architects as their new professional home.

Born and raised in Paris, UX designer Djimmy Alexandre is a master neuro-psychologist and ergonomist who turned his passion for human behaviour into a vast UX-expertise. A highly motivated and versatile UX designer, he designs user-friendly and innovative interfaces. Djimmy has a keen understanding of how the human mind interacts with machines. Together with his analytical skills and tremendous creativity, he is an invaluable asset to our team. Djimmy loves working in Belgium: “The professional environment feels more relaxed and not so hierarchical here. At Internet Architects, obtaining innovative and creative results as equal team members is the only priority.”

Straight out of Porto, UX Designer Manuel Coutinho joins our Digital Transformation team in Brussels to transform the European Commission portal and optimize its user experience. A dedicated and talented professional, Manuel brings valuable assets to our team: technological know-how, attention to detail and a swiftness to shape the most divers digital projects. His past developments had a huge impact on the brand building process of major companies, and provided these with communication mediums that were absolutely fundamental for their growth. Manuel: “I’m extremely thrilled about the opportunity to work in Belgium for Internet Architects. They made me feel very welcome and brought me up to speed in no time, which allowed me to quickly integrate and get into action. As part of their Digital Transformation Team at the European Commission, I get to work with a group of very talented professionals and to contribute to an extremely challenging project due to its large scope and ambitious objectives. A riveting experience!”

Welcome on board, Djimmy and Manuel!


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