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Ro­ta­ti­on Caruso

On 05.12.22 my ro­ta­ti­on from Wei­kers­heim to Mann­heim star­ted, as I am spen­ding my cur­rent prac­ti­cal pha­se in the Cus­to­mer Ex­pe­ri­ence Team of CARUSO. In or­der to not only work re­mo­te­ly, I got the op­por­tu­ni­ty to get to know the lo­ca­ti­on and the em­ployees of the sub­si­dia­ry CARUSO on site for one week.

Tog­e­ther with Tina and Ale­xa, who are also in the Cus­to­mer Ex­pe­ri­ence Team, I get to do ex­ci­ting tasks and have the chan­ce to ex­pand my know­ledge in the field of UI/UX. One of my tasks in­cludes crea­ting a new news­let­ter ar­tic­le, as well as de­ve­lo­ping a pos­si­ble landing page for a pro­ject whe­re CARUSO is col­la­bo­ra­ting with an­o­ther com­pa­ny. Sin­ce the­re were no de­sign gui­de­lines at the be­gin­ning of the landing page, the­re are a few things that need to be con­side­red when crea­ting it. For one thing, thought has to be gi­ven to which imagery, co­lor sche­me, icons and font to choo­se in or­der to pro­vi­de the user with the best pos­si­ble user in­ter­face, and thus the best pos­si­ble user experience.

One of the high­lights of this week in Mann­heim was the Christ­mas par­ty of CARUSO, to which I was in­vi­ted. At the be­gin­ning the­re was mull­ed wine to warm up a bit. Af­ter that, we play­ed ice-stock shoo­ting, which was a lot of fun. Af­ter­wards, we went back to the ho­tel to have a de­li­cious meal and thirst-quen­ching drinks, and to have many in­te­res­t­ing and fun­ny con­ver­sa­ti­ons with the employees.

The trip to Mann­heim was a com­ple­te suc­cess in my eyes, as I had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to meet many new and nice peo­p­le. I am loo­king for­ward to my re­mai­ning weeks at CARUSO, whe­ther on-site or remote.

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