I’m Leandro (pronounced Leh-AAN-DRow), a graphic designer from the University of Buenos Aires, who started working back in the day as an industrial product designer. After that, I moved into the world of websites and software as a service (SaaS), designing interfaces and doing front-end development.

My technical background made me want to dig deeper into information architecture, and I found that I was so committed to being involved in the whole product lifecycle that I was drawn back to my roots as a product designer.

I founded a cross-functional design startup with friends in Buenos Aires, where I learned the business aspect of the products, and the importance of good user experience. In 2013 I moved to Denver to marry my wife, and that's when I started working in more prominent companies.

Oftentimes I post my thoughts and some links I find useful on Twitter. When I make an illustration, they go to Dribbble. In case you want to read recommendations, or simply connect, come say hi on LinkedIn.


Dig into the different experiences I had all these years to understand how I work. If you want to check my most complete projects, I recommend you start with the work I did for PR Newswire. For passion projects, UXÑ is a good use case.


Daily I find myself utilizing the same resources over and over. These might be useful for you, too. Freebies and some career tips that I discovered along the way thanks to personal experience and mentors.


Many time I struggled with not finding the words to explain design concepts to clients and colleagues. I put together a small glossary of terms and related links to them. All this collection can be explored in UX Stash as well.

So, where’s the resume?

Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn to get an overview of my career. If you're looking for the print version, I want to thank you for being interested in hiring me. Send me a connection request, and I'll share all my assets with you.