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Eurydice Sophie Exintaris (eurydice13)
Works at ESE Designs
Attended McGill University
Lives in London, UK
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it never was about the alessi juicer... Sharp knives is all chefs need!
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Finally caught up with Stevey's platforms / SOA / Dev rant. Brilliant :)
Stevey's Google Platforms Rant I was at Amazon for about six and a half years, and now I've been at Google for that long. One thing that struck me…
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I organise information and design web things that are pleasant and smart to use.
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UX, Infromation architecture, web design, social media
Employment
  • ESE Designs
    Lead UX Architect, 2013 - present
    User experience, Information architecture, Web design, WordPress, Social Media coaching, brand development.
  • CACI Ltd
    Lead UX Architect, 2014 - present
  • IBM UK
    Information designer, 2008 - 2013
    User experience, interface design, document production, copy writing, presentations and story telling, social media coaching.
  • 3sixty Group
    IT Projects Manager, 2006 - 2007
    User experience, business analysis, web design, project planning, requirements specification, and user support.
  • Ideal Group, Inc.
    IT Consultant, 2005 - 2006
    User experience, business analysis, web design, project planning, requirements specification, and user support.
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London, UK
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Woking, UK - Athens, Greece - Montreal, Canada - The Hague, Holland - Brussels, Belgium - Maranello, Italy
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Digital Creative. Designer & Engineer. Lead #UX. Addicted to problem-solving, tech & design. ex-IBM #seamstressSophie #womenintech
Education
  • McGill University
    Computer Engineering, 1997 - 2005
  • College Stanislas
    TS (Maths), 1992 - 1997
  • Lycée Français Vincent Van Gogh
    1990 - 1992
  • Lycée Franco-Hellénique
    1984 - 1990
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Always delicious greco-italian fare. Love going there. (I am greek and adore italian cuisine)
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Best gelato I've had in London, hands down. It competes with original gelato from Sicily (tasted at the source for many summers). And that's the best gelato in the world. Seriously. Go have some. My two favourites are nocciola (hazelnut) and pistachio. Oh, one thing, their interpretation of Bacio isn't the traditional one, so ask to try it first.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
A shirt has gone missing from my room. I checked everywhere. Night watch reception guy knows nothing and can do nothing. I would not recommend this hotel. First time in my life (and i travel a lot) that anything has ever gone missing from my room!! Minuscule room, but nicely furnished. And i say furnished. There's a minuscule 30cm-deep "desk" and a chair. The rain shower in the bathroom is cute. Not sure i would recommend this room to a couple. I'm alone and feel like i'm stepping on my own toes... Am mostly disappointed in the other hotel necessity. Wifi. It's free, but nothing loads on it. Ever. It's like dialup in 1995. But slower. UPDATE (12-sep-2013) I talked to the manager who didn't care, and called her staff "too stupid to steal". She never replied to my calls, and I never heard back from the theft report I filed with Paris police. Customer service was abysmal, the room small, the wifi terrible, and something was deliberately stolen from my room. Terrible.
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Public - 5 months ago
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Absolutely amazing food. I loved even things i usually dislike! Bravo to the chef!!!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Reading other reviews I must've been lucky! It's a bit of a dingy little place, but I was only customer when I went in and got served pleasantly, efficiently and immediately. I didn't even have to ask for those "air mail" stickers!! Was very pleased.
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reviewed 7 months ago