​I'm passionate about design and collaborations aiming to impact

by meaningful, ethical, and holistic products & services. 

Hi, nice to meet 
— I'm Bar.

 

Here's a glimpse below

Sustainable Growth

 

Community Empowerment

Human

Wellbeing 

Speculative

& Conceptual Design

A bit

about me.

I am Bar, a Product & User Experience Designer,

Startup Co-founder, Entrepreneur, 

Social & Environmental impact enthusiast. 

🏔️ Love to climb & to move mountains. Also metaphorically.

 

My work strives to create sustainable solutions that generate value both to end-users and clients, using holistic, empathic human-centric approaches. I am utilizing these core elements as foundations to shape a design strategy that considers functionality, usability, and aesthetic aspects.

I enjoy teamwork, Problem-solving, Hiking, Summit climbing, Botanics, Agriculture, and innovation that brings good to this planet. Am constantly eager to expand my knowledge and skills.

I am experienced with end to end design processes:

  • User research, Market Survey, Ideation & Design Sprints.

  • Characterization & Architecture of Digital and Physical Solution.

  • UX & UI Design: Wireframing, Prototyping

  • & Production.

  • Managed and worked with multiple stakeholders, including a HW & SW development environment of a physical (IoT) & digital products.

Some of my toolbox:

Led a startup from ideation to MVP stage. 

Utilize Design Thinking & Service Design methodologies along with Lean product development. Continuously synthesized

insights-learned to shape the company’s Strategy, Roadmap & Business Model.

Fundraised $65K and presented on multiple stages. Built partnerships with C-level executives. 

 

Initiate collaborations, sourcing, and partnerships with various stakeholders in Boston, Montreal, India, West Bank & Israel.

There's a lot to be done, let's create something great together. Reach out to me at horowitzbar@gmail.com

Let's 

Collaborate

 

Clients 

&Collaborations

 
 

Recent

Publications

Calcalist Ctech

Xnet

MIT News

Pecha Kucha Tokyo

Frame Magazine