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Digital Transformation & User Experience


Marcos Nähr is skilled in UX, Content Management, Online Marketing, Web Development, and People Management.

a vision-driven, multi-discipline expert, someone that knows a little about everything and that will immerse himself in your specific business model, an expert problem solver with a passion for customer satisfaction. Instrumental in collaborating with internal stakeholders and coordination of the team with the highest metrics worldwide.


Marcos is a reference on the Field. His website posts and lectures are provocative, smart and thoughtful. He has some impressive“out of the box” thoughts on digital media, which are very useful in an ever-changing environment.

Luli Radfahrer, Ph.D.

Tenured Associate Professor, USP

Marcos is a dedicated and highly professional person who is an asset to any organization he works for. His broad experience gives him a competitive advantage in the business world. He is a key resource and had also much to add in the growth of the department and the company.

Rafael Lima

GM, Americas, OnMobile Global

Very few professionals have the knowledge and the experience that Marcos has in his area. He knows online deeply. He is a great coleague and I have been learning a lot from him.

Flávia da Costa e Silva

Head of eCommerce, Expedia Group

Marcos is a great lecturer who can deliver intriguing ideas in a simple way. His knowledge on design and business makes him a natural leader who can get straight to the point when managing an online team.

Bruno Galera

Global Senior Manager Organic Traffic - SEO & ASO, adidas


Digital Experience Blog

digital design

Design is a work process which has a user perspective and drives development based on your specific customers’ needs

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online content

Online content is the textual, visual, or aural content that is encountered as part of the user experience on websites!

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digital transformation

Use of digital technology to solve traditional problems enabling new types of innovation, rather than enhancing traditional methods.

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