Curiousity is what leads to discovery.



Product Design

Hi! I'm Caroline Pozo, a product designer, retired division 1 athlete, animal lover, and nature enthusiast. I chose to pursue design because I believe that life is hard and that good design can make it a little easier. I am all about improving peoples lives' even if it is in a minute way. The little things add up and with good design, I can contribute to that. My curiosity drives me to understand problems so that I might find an innovative way to make someones day just a tiny bit easier.

During my time as an undergraduate and graduate student, I was a division 1 student-athlete. College athletics truly taught me how to problem-solve. I encountered challenge after challenge which required me to adapt very quickly in order to succeed in the class room and on the court. Failing was not an option for me. I developed skills related to time management, conflict resolution, receiving criticism, and handling high-pressure environments. These are all important skills, but ultimately, problem-solving was the key to my success in the end.

During my 5th year of eligibility, I was able to pursue a Master's in Strategic Communication Design from the University of Colorado-Boulder. This program allowed me to gain experience in all things design including brand strategy, product management, product design, and entrepreneurship. For the first time, I was able to work with clients and bring my ideas to life.

My passions include: movement, outdoor recreation, sports, travel, and wildlife conservation


Curiosity & Learning
I have always been curious about things around me. This curiosity lead me to observe and investigate; to ask questions even if they felt silly or imaginative. To me, wondering is to be curious, and to be curious is to be learning. I strive to be a lifetime learner in everything I do and curiosity is what will drive that.

Kindness & Gratitude
Throughout my years of school and tennis, I learned a lot of skills such as time management and problem solving, but the best way I found to bind a team was with kindness. Being kind and showing gratitude can be small gestures that change a team dynamic for the better.


Freelance Web Design
Jan 2024 - Present

UX Design Certificate - Brainstation
June 2023 - August 2023

Sales and Strategy Director - Bargaineer LLC
Jan 2023 - Jan 2024

Experience Design Intern - Nuqlea
Nov 2022 - Dec 2022

Design Sprints at the University of Colorado-Boulder - M.A.
Aug 2021 - Aug 2022


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