Güzin Kocer earned her Bachelor’s in Sociology at Marmara University in Istanbul. During her studies, she was a design intern at ROI Interactive, collaborating with web developers, photographers, and user interface designers.
She won a scholarship to study in Domus Academy’s Master in Visual Design program. There, she participated in an identity design workshop with Coca-Cola, a product strategy workshop with Italia Independent, and an experience design workshop with Cisco Systems. She graduated in 2016 with a score of 110 out of 110.
Güzin has also earned certificates in creative entrepreneurship, design practice in business, digital content creation, and graphic and web design.
She worked as UX designer at Fjord in Milan, where she developed service design projects, conducted research, analysed insights, created journeys, found pain points and opportunities, designed and prototypes ideas for testing.
Güzin is currently Senior Experience Designer at Deloitte Digital in Berlin.
“Thanks to Domus Academy’s working-by-doing approach, we worked with a real client on a real brief in a multidisciplinary team setting, which helped me a lot to get ready for working life.”
“My background in sociology and design enables me to work on end-to-end service design projects, from research to prototyping. I love using my visual design and storytelling skills to communicate through the sketches. I am eager to design experiences that are human-centric, aesthetically pleasant, and innovative.”
Connecting the Dots | 10th November
Francisco Gomez Paz, former student and award winning industrial designer, interviewed by Paolo Lorini.
Connecting the Dots | 15th October
Naz Kazazoglu and Amelia Petrovic, Domus Academy former students in Business Design, interviewed by Paolo Lorini.
Compasso D’Oro | Alumni winners
Congratulations to Defne Koz, Marco Susani and Francisco Gomez Paz, winners of the prestigious design award.
Connecting the Dots | 6th October
Anja Carolin Hofmann, former student and Brand architect in Mercedes-Benz, interviewed by Paolo Lorini.