Ignacio Giménez Rebollo is a service designer and researcher with extensive experience in the fields of human-centered design, information design, and data visualization. He worked as an information visualization specialist for the Field Information Services of the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), later joining Digital Services at the same organization to become UX and design lead for multiple data-focused platforms including ReliefWeb, UNCERF, Financial Tracking Services, Humanitarian Insight, and HumanitarianResponse.info, among others.
He has consulted for non-profit organizations and research institutions, most notably UN Security Council, Grand Challenges Canada, Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health, and Digital Humanitarian Network. Today, Ignacio is Product Design Lead for KoboToolbox, a humanitarian data collection tool that originated at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. At KoboToolbox, Ignacio leads user research, strategy development, UX/UI design, and information architecture for the platform and its related services. Ignacio brings advocacy, workshops, and lectures on the power of design in shaping information, particularly during crises.